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Florida’s ‘no-fault’ auto insurance era seems to be coming to an end

Updated: Apr 29, 2022

Florida motorists are one step closer to no longer having “no-fault” auto insurance after lawmakers approved ditching the decades-old system and its requirement of carrying personal-injury protection coverage. If the bill is signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis, the requirement for carrying so-called PIP coverage would end and motorists would need to have bodily-injury coverage.

"The bill — approved by the Senate and, recently, the House — came after lawmakers in recent years have repeatedly considered eliminating the no-fault system. They revamped the system in 2012 to address fraud that was driving up insurance rates. Florida is one of just two states that don’t require some level of bodily-injury coverage". Jim Saunders.

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