When a party reaches the point of filing legal actions against an insurer related to a property insurance policy, they must first submit
notice of their intent to initiate litigation pursuant to the process prescribed in Section 627.70152, Florida Statutes. Under Florida Law,
the Chief Financial Officer receives and transmits this Notice to the insurer. The Department of Financial Services (DFS) does not involve
itself in the litigation filed pursuant to this statute and this program is not intended for consumers seeking the assistance of the DFS.
To file a new Notice, or to Subscribe to receive Notices, you must be signed into the system. If you do not have an account, please click
“Sign up” in upper right to create a new account.
*Disclaimer: Please read the following before you submit a Property Insurance Intent to Initiate Litigation Notice:
Information submitted as part of the Property Insurance Intent to Initiate Litigation Notice is a public record. Data entered into this form
and attachments will be displayed on the Department of Financial Services Property Insurance Intent to Initiate Litigation Notice website for public review.
DO NOT enter Social Security Numbers, personal medical information, personal financial information or any other information you do not want available for public review.
The Department does not involve itself in Property Insurance Intent to Initiate Litigation Notice via this system, as such actions are not within the scope of its statutory authority.
Please refer to FAQs for more information.