Waves intensified as Hurricane Michael came ashore in Alligator Point, Fla. PHOTO:CARLO ALLEGRI/REUTERS

Florida is an oddball insurance market for homeowners, where household-name companies like State Farm and Allstate Corp.don’t have the outsize roles they do in other states. Officials had to develop a new strategy after these brand-name insurers shrank their presence in the wake of Andrew, Katrina and other hurricanes from 1992 through 2005.”

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