State Farm pleads case for rate hike before judge

TALLAHASSEE — State Farm Florida began to plead its case Monday, explaining to a judge why it needs to raise property insurance rates by 47.1 percent, an increase regulators turned down.

State Farm is appealing the rejection with a hearing before an administrative law judge in Tallahassee, a process expected to last most of this week. A final decision on rates could be more than a month away.

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