CITIZENS PROPERTY INSURANCE CORPORATION 2012 RATE HEARING

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CITIZENS PROPERTY INSURANCE CORPORATION 2012 RATE HEARING. September 20, 2012 Miami, Florida. 3 MAIN TOPICS. SINKHOLE RATES APPLICATION OF RATE CAPS THE GLIDE PATH TO ACTUARIAL SOUND RATES. SINKHOLE RATES. INDICATED 263% STATEWIDE AVERAGE SINKHOLE RATE INCREASE 50% CAPS FOR 3 COUNTIES
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CITIZENS PROPERTY INSURANCE CORPORATION 2012 RATE HEARING September 20, 2012 Miami, Florida 3 MAIN TOPICS
  • SINKHOLE RATES
  • APPLICATION OF RATE CAPS
  • THE GLIDE PATH TO ACTUARIAL SOUND RATES
  • SINKHOLE RATES
  • INDICATED 263% STATEWIDE AVERAGE SINKHOLE RATE INCREASE
  • 50% CAPS FOR 3 COUNTIES
  • HERNANDO
  • HILLSBOROUGH
  • PASCO
  • Citizens Proposed Increases in Average Sinkhole Premiums(Excluding Risk Load) Sinkhole Rate Filing Homeowners (HO-3) Hernando County Current Average Sinkhole Premium: $1,380 Proposed Rate Increase (50%): + $680 Proposed Sinkhole Premium: $2,070 Pasco County Current Average Sinkhole Premium: $1,483 Proposed Rate Increase (50%): + $741 Proposed Sinkhole Premium: $2,224 WHAT IS THE RIGHT RATE FOR SINKHOLE COVERAGE ?
  • ISO STUDY
  • Senate Bill 408 will reduce Citizens’ sinkhole losses by 54.7% in 2013.
  • Primary Impact – Definition of Structural Damage
  • 106 Closed Claims
  • 7 claims met the new definition of structural damage
  • 99 claims did not meet the new definition
  • OLD LAW VS. NEW LAWWhat makes a difference? Citizens Property Insurance CorporationPersonal Residential Multiperil PoliciesNumber of Reported Sinkhole Claims APPLICATION OF THE RATE CAPWhat Consumers should know!!!
  • HOMEOWNERS RATE INDICATION Statewide Average 19.3%
  • CITIZENS STATEWIDE AVERAGE Proposed Increase 8.3% BY TERRITORY: Citizens would not give credit for indicated decrease. OIR traditionally recognized up to -10% indicated decrease.
  • PRACTICAL EFFECT FOR SOME CONSUMERS
  • Broward, Hollywood, & Ft. Lauderdale (Ter. 35)
  • Indicated rate: -11.0% (Proposed rate: 0%)
  • Lee, Remainder (Ter. 554)
  • Indicated rate: -4.0% (Proposed rate: +10%)
  • Sarasota, Remainder (Ter. 715)
  • Indicated rate: -3.8% (Proposed rate: +10%)
  • Manatee, Remainder (Ter. 735)
  • Indicated rate: -1.7% (Proposed rate: +10%)
  • Charlotte, Remainder (Ter. 711)
  • Indicated rate: -5.6% (Proposed rate: +10%) *Homeowners Rates (Negative Rate Indications)with Greatest Premium Volume
  • GLIDE PATH TO ACTUARIAL SOUND RATES Based on non-sinkhole indicated rate change, without risk load, from OIR filing # 12-13992, Exhibit 7, Col (9). For each year beginning with 2009, assumes the estimated percentage of policies and premium at actuarially sound rates equals the estimated percentage of policies and premium for all territories that have an indicated rate change that is less than: -30% (2009), -20% (2010), -10% (2011), 0% (2012), +10% (2013), +20% (2014), (etc.) Assumes: 1) premium trend equals loss trend both retrospectively and prospectively from 2012; 2) one earned house year equals one policy; 3) earned house years by territory is maximum of all other perils and wind peril earned house years; and 4) no change in expense, profit, contingency and risk loads per Exhibit 7. NO INFLATION/NO SINKHOLE/FILED RATE INDICATION Homeowners Rate Filing 44 of 159 Rating Territories (20.4% of Total Premium) have negative rate indications. 52of 159 Rating Territories (24.9% of Total Premium) have positive rate indications of less than 10%. 63 of 159 Rating Territories (54.8% of Total Premium) have positive rate indications of greater than 10%. -21 have rate indication of +40% to +60% -6 have rate indications of +60% to +90% -3 have rate indications of greater than +100% Concluding Comments Florida Office of the Insurance Consumer Advocate Committed to… Finding solutions for Florida’s insurance consumers through research and study focusing on good public policy and practical solutions for the insurance buying public.
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