Section 284.42, Florida Statutes 2001
284.42 Reports on state insurance program.--
(1) The Department of Insurance, with the Department of Management Services, shall make an analysis of the state insurance program annually, which shall include:
(a) Complete underwriting information as to the nature of the risks accepted for self-insurance and those risks that are transferred to the insurance market.
(b) The funds allocated to the Florida Casualty Risk Management Trust Fund and premiums paid for insurance through the market.
(c) The method of handling legal matters and the cost allocated.
(d) The method and cost of handling inspection and engineering of risks.
(e) The cost of risk management service purchased.
(f) The cost of managing the State Insurance Program by the Department of Insurance and the Department of Management Services.
(2) The departments shall make available complete claims history including description of loss, claims paid and reserved, and the cost of all claims handled by the state.
History.--s. 2, ch. 72-206; s. 7, ch. 77-320; s. 243, ch. 92-279; s. 55, ch. 92-326.