Auto insurance reform injunction in Florida halted

Florida auto Insurance reforms

A federal judge has denied the progress of the process that could have blocked the PIP changes. A federal judge has just ruled to stop an injunction designed to impede the personal injury protection (PIP) reforms to the auto insurance law in Florida, which had only just been enacted last year. Supporters of the reform feel that this decision was an important victory for vehicle coverage in the state. As a part of U.S. District Court Judge Richard Lazzara’s ruling, he refused to grant requests for an injunction that were…

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Florida has yet to find an auto insurance reform consensus among the many opinions

Tallahassee, Florida Republicans have been reviewing a large number of competing proposals in the effort to introduce significant reforms to the state’s auto insurance system, but there doesn’t seem to be a direct or simple solution to be found. The lawmakers are currently struggling to find ways to make changes to the current no-fault auto insurance law in the state. At the moment, drivers are legally required to carry at least $10,000 in personal injury protection (PIP) coverage. This protection is no-fault in the state, which means that insurers are…

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