After trying and failing for seven years, the Florida Legislature this year passed sweeping legislation to reform the insurance industry practice known as assignment of benefits, or AOB.

The legislation, which has been signed into law by Gov. Ron DeSantis and took effect July 1, will bring dramatic changes to the Florida laws governing assignments of post-loss benefits under property insurance claims to those providing services to repair, restore, protect or replace the property.

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