Report suggests Florida no fault auto insurance repeal would spike premiums

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According to the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation, the average driver would have to pay over $200 more. A new analysis of the bill to repeal the Florida no fault auto insurance system has cautioned that drivers will have to pay considerably more money for coverage if it passes. If Governor DeSantis signs the bill, drivers will pay an average of $202 more, said the report. The report pointed to an analysis that showed that if the bill does pass, the no fault auto insurance repeal will cause the highest…

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What is a No-Fault State?

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Currently, there are 13 no-fault states in the U.S. These include Florida, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey, and New York. If you live in a no-fault state, it means that a driver has to first file a claim with their own insurance company if they’re in an accident. Every state sets its own laws as far as who pays for an accident. Sometimes when there’s an accident involving two parties, the goal isn’t determining fault. The following are specific things to know about living in a no-fault state. Overview of a…

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Michigan auto insurance reform cuts injured driver fee by 55 percent

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The MCCA intends to reduce its assessment for certain drivers with no-fault reform law implementation. New Michigan auto insurance reform will reduce injured driver fee as of July of next year with the implementation of new law. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association will be cutting down assessments for some motorists. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (M.C.C.A.) intends to cut back its assessment for motorists who keep up unlimited medical coverage for injuries in car crashes. This reduction will take the assessment down from $220 to $100 per vehicle and it…

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Michigan auto insurance law does not guarantee drivers savings, says official

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Motorists have been hopeful that the much-needed changes would make a difference, but it’s not assured. Drivers have been waiting for a new Michigan auto insurance law to help control high and rising premiums in the state. However, according to one official, motorists should not consider the savings to be guaranteed. The personal injury protection (PIP) system has made Michigan rates the highest in the country. The new Michigan auto insurance law does not provide any new assurances that the extra costs from additional required liability coverage would be offset…

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Michigan auto insurance rates are highest of any U.S. state

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Newly released survey results show that drivers in the state aren’t wrong about how much they’ve been paying. It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise to know that Michigan auto insurance rates are high. Drivers in the state have been complaining about their premiums for years and lawmakers have made several attempts to alter this situation. A recent survey has confirmed yet again that Michigan drivers are indeed paying more than any other state. The survey confirmed that Michigan auto insurance rates are in fact the highest, on average,…

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Auto insurance bill by Senator to scrap Florida no-fault system

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The legislation is being prepared in order to change the situation in the state which is riddled with fraud. A new bill is being drafted by David Simmons (R-Altamonte Springs), the Senate Banking and Insurance Chairman in Florida, in order to help to repeal the no-fault auto insurance system in the state, which is swimming in fraud and that is costing residents a fortune to cover their vehicles. A landmark effort for this purpose from 2012 remains tied up in the courts, allowing fraud to continue. Simmons explained that he…

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Auto insurance reforms introduced for Michigan’s no fault system

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The Senate is now considering the current unlimited personal injury protection at $50,000. New legislation has just been introduced into the Michigan Senate, which would change the current unlimited personal injury protection (PIP) protection from the state’s no fault system and cap it at $50,000. Michigan is currently the only state where vehicle related injuries are covered for a lifetime of medical care. The current no fault auto insurance system in the state would provide someone who was injured in a vehicle accident with an unlimited personal injury coverage for…

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