The Senate, in an overwhelming near-unanimous vote, approved its version of the no-fault repeal (SB 54). The bill would have the state eliminate the current requirement that drivers carry $10,000 in personal injury protection coverage and instead require they carry mandatory bodily injury coverage that would pay out up to $25,000 for a crash-related injury or death, or $50,000 for multiple injuries or deaths.
"The House amended the bill, so it would head back to the Senate if passed. If the upper chamber concurs with the med-pay-less system switch, the bill would head to Gov. Ron DeSantis". Drew Wilson.
"The House is expected to vote this week on the bill to repeal Florida’s no-fault auto insurance system, but a pending amendment to the bill could force it back to the Senate, creating a tight timeline for the measure to pass". Drew Wilson.
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