About The Florida Automobile Joint Underwriting Association (FAJUA) The Florida Automobile Joint Underwriting Association (FAJUA) was created on February 9, 1973, for the purpose of establishing and carrying out a program for providing automobile insurance to qualified applicants unable to procure such insurance in the voluntary market at rates below the FAJUA.
What does FAJUA stand for?
FAJUA stands for Florida Automobile Joint Underwriting Association
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[GRAPHIC OMITTED] * Estimates, private and commercial combined ** Year to date Source: Florida Automobile Joint Underwriting Association
These forward-looking statements relate to, among other things (a) the expected benefits from (i) the award of a three year servicing contract by the Florida Automobile Joint Underwriting Association, and (ii) the extension of a service contract by the Florida Residential Property and Casualty Joint Underwriting Association and (b) the improvement of cash flow as a result of rate increases and a return to a more normal pattern of loss settlements.