SLSO

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AcronymDefinition
SLSOSaint Louis Symphony Orchestra
SLSOStudent Legal Services Office (Massachusetts)
SLSOScottish Legal Services Ombudsman (now Scottish Legal Complaints Commission; Edinburgh, Scotland, UK)
SLSOSurplus Lines Service Office (Florida)
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Driggers currently serves on the Board of Governors of the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office and is a past chair.
In March of 2012, NIMA approved the engagement of the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office to serve as the central clearinghouse provider for the collection and allocation of surplus lines premium tax payments on multistate policies when the home state of the insured is a NIMA state.
NIMA is being run by the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office. In announcing the decision to adopt the Kentucky method, Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty said it was done "in the spirit of compromise."
Source: Florida Surplus Lines Service Office. Data derived from
It allows the DFS to extend the deadline for up to one year for an insurance adjuster to meet continuing education requirements, for good cause, and clarifies that the agent manual of the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office must be approved by the DFS.
FSLA said there are currently 1,079 surplus lines agents in Florida actively writing policies, according to the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office.
will contract with the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office (FSLSO) to serve as its central clearinghouse provider for the collection and allocation of surplus lines premium-tax payments for multi-state surplus-lines policies.
Both of these bills would update the current process applicable to surplus lines agents in the state statute and waive a requirement for filing certain affidavits with the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office (FSLSO) on a quarterly basis.
Perhaps most important of all, NIMA can potentially tap into software already developed by the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office (either directly or through a contracting arrangement) to provide a seamless transition for tax collections as envisioned by Dodd-Frank.
According to Florida Surplus Lines Service Office (FSLSO) data, total premium (combined agent and independently procured coverage) for taxable and non-taxable commercial property coverage in 2010 was $1.895 billion compared to $1.998 billion in 2009.
Medical Professionals $22,627,693 572 December $17,938,744 290 January Inland Marine $2,662,211 38,255 December $1,261,612 18,972 Source: Florida Surplus Lines Service Office. Data derived from submissions by surplus lines agents and Independently Procured Coverage filers.
A report from Gary Pullen, executive director of the Florida Surplus Lines Service Office (FSLSO), showed that total surplus lines premium in 2010 was $3.88 million versus $4.03 million in 2009.