Auto insurance reform in Florida is dead. On to auto insurance reform.
Last year, the Florida Legislature significantly changed the roughly 40-year-old no-fault system for minor accidents. The goal was to eliminate fraud and overbilling, which would cut costs for insurers and drive down rates for the Personal Injury Protection coverage that drivers must carry.
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