The Florida Legislature passed a law in 1982 that provides for a Policyholder Remedy when an insurer fails to act in good faith and causes damage to the policyholder. As a result, insurers could be held accountable to their policyholders under a "good faith" duty and standard of conduct similar to the "good faith" duties other states recognized through judicial common law. The legislation was necessary because conservative Florida judges refused to accept a common law "good faith" standard and the legislature had to step in and do something about the problem of insurer wrongdoing. See Allstate Indemnity Co. v. Ruiz, 899 So. 2d 1121 (Fla. 2005). Why should the largest property insurance company in Florida not have to comply with this law or be held accountable for the damages it causes?