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Florida’s insurer of last resort has been hit with a proposed class action suit accusing the state operation of underpaying Hurricane Wilma claims from Miami and Broward County homeowners.

The Hurricane Law Group, which filed the action, alleged that Citizens Property Insurance claims adjusters in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties ignored the cost of the Florida Building Code’s requirement that damaged windows be replaced with high impact glass or nonimpact glass and a hurricane shutter.

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