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Help Us Fix Florida’s Broken Legal System: We Need to Hear From You, TODAY!

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 Help Us Fix Florida's Broken Legal System: We Need To Hear From You, TODAY!
Florida Chamber Members and Partners,
Lawsuit abuse increases costs for Florida families and local businesses by over $5,000 a year on everything from auto insurance to a tube of  toothpaste. Lawsuits amount to 3.6% of Florida’s entire $1.4 trillion GDP – more than any other state and more than we spend here on education and infrastructure combined!
Two weeks ago, Governor Ron DeSantis, Senate President Kathleen Passidomo and House Speaker Paul Renner held a joint press conference attended by Florida Chamber President and CEO Mark Wilson where they outlined their shared vision for “the most comprehensive reforms in decades to decrease frivolous litigation and prevent predatory practices of trial attorneys that prey on hardworking Floridians and small businesses” (in other words: YOU!). Last Friday, that Florida Chamber-backed legislation, HB 837, passed out of its first committee in the House. As soon as the gavel dropped, Mark was joined by Speaker Renner, bill sponsors Rep. Tommy Gregory and Tom Fabricio, and other business association partners, at a press conference to reiterate the importance of these reforms to Florida’s competitiveness. Read our press release and Mark’s recent statewide op-ed for background.

As we prepare for the next committee hearing on this important legislation, we need to hear from YOU! Please fill out this short survey and contact Carolyn Johnson at if you have further information about how you, or your business, were personally impacted by lawsuit abuse.

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