Click on the Following FEMA Public Assistance FACT SHEETS for Additional Information to Support Your Response & Recovery Initiatives:

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Fema Public Assistance Fact Sheet

FEMA Public Assistance
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Fema Pa Fact Sheet Labor Costs for Emergency Work

Fact Sheet Labor Costs for Emergency Work
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FEMA PA Fact Sheet Eligibility

FEMA PA Fact Sheet Eligibility
of Building Safety Inspections Supporting Emergency Work
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overview for Water
& Waste Water Plants
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FMIT Members benefit from Response & Recovery Programs provided by its disaster recovery partner Synergy. The FMIT Alert Notifications are most critical in preparing for a significant weather event such as Matthew.
If you are not currently enrolled in the FMIT Alert program, please do so immediately at the following link:


As an FMIT Member, you can always report a claim using the “Report a Loss” red button at the top of this webpage. Alternatively, you can call the FMIT 24/7 Property Claim Hotline at 1 (844) FMIT-CAT (or 1 (844) 364-8228).

simpli  SimpliCity is an FMIT-Synergy software solution providing FMIT Members with access to property claims data as it is updated by the FMIT-Synergy immediate response and recovery team.

Please logon to simpliCity to monitor your property claims at   

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New Workers' Compensation Medical Provider
The FMIT has moved its Workers' Compensation medical network to a new vendor, effective October 1, 2015. The impact to injured workers and each member will be minimal.  Please click here for further information regarding this change.

Florida Supreme Court Workers' Compensation Ruling

On April 26, 2016, the Florida Supreme Court issued its long-awaited opinion in Castellanos v. Next Door Company.

By a vote of 5 to 2, over two strong dissenting opinions, the Court held that the mandatory fee schedule in section 440.34 is unconstitutional under both the Florida and United States Constitutions. The Court based its decision solely on due process grounds and declined to address other constitutional provisions raised in the case.

It is important to note: The ruling in Castellanos will have a significant impact on the manner in which workers' compensation cases will be evaluated and handled, and employers and their insurance carriers will be faced with substantially more significant exposure for attorney's fees.

Click here to read a comprehensive letter prepared by Dean, Ringers, Morgan and Lawton.

For questions or additional information, please contact Jay Goldrick at or (407) 425-9378.

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