Florida Citizens Property Insurance Corp. is going back tooffering some coverage it pulled back on as part of a massiveproperty insurance bill in 2011, and other recent steps meant toreduce exposure.

SB 408—and the other state-government-supported measures to cutdown on Citizens' overburdened book of business—resulted in several“unintended consequences,” says Citizens spokesman Michael Peltier.Therefore, the last-resort insurer must step into its role toprovide insurance for those with no place left to turn.

Citizens' Board of Governors has approved the changes, whichwould open the insurer's doors to some risks related tosinkholes, new-home construction, and mobile homes.

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