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Kimesha Smith attorney and vice president of client relations at Insurance Litigation Group. Kimesha Smith, attorney and vice president of client relations at Insurance Litigation Group. (Courtesy photo)

It has been more than one year since the Florida Legislature passed a bill that significantly impacted the assignment of benefits (AOB) industry. The bill took effect on July 1, 2019. Roofers, contractors and mitigation companies continue to feel the tremors of the new changes of House Bill 7065.

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