Study: Drivers Could Save By Eliminating "No Fault"Eliminating the state's no-fault auto insurance system could save average Florida motorists 9.6 percent on their liability-coverage packages.
Couple Wins $14.5M In Lawsuit Over 2004 Crash On I-95A former chiropractor and his wife have won a $14.5 million jury verdict in a lawsuit filed over a 2004 car crash that involved a motorist with no insurance.
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BSO Works To Get Uninsured Drivers Off The RoadDozens of deputies on motorcycles roared out of BSO headquarters Wednesday morning on a mission to get drivers who aren’t following the law and end up costing each American family about $950 dollars a year.
How To Save Money On Your Auto Insurance BillThere are few bills more dreaded than the annual car insurance premium, but there are ways to avoid being one of the thousands of drivers who are paying more than they have to.
Nearly Two Dozen People Arrested For Insurance FraudProsecutors have uncovered 21 people, based out of local clinics, involved in elaborate scams that totaled almost half a million dollars in phony medical bills.
Flooded Roads May Lead To Costly Auto RepairsSome drivers in Doral and Hialeah may learn an important, and expensive lesson, in the next couple of weeks. After Tuesday and Wednesday’s torrential rains, many got stuck on flooded streets thinking they could make it.
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Auto Insurance Fraud Growing: Higher Bills Expected
Florida Agencies Look To Fight Auto Insurance FraudAs South Florida continues to get slammed every year by personal injury protection fraud; an assortment of groups came together Thursday to educate people how to fight auto accident fraud.
Fla. Consumer Advocate Focusing On Auto Insurance, Increasing PremiumsFlorida's insurance consumer advocate is forming a working group to focus on skyrocketing premiums for automobile coverage.
Scott: Personal Injury Protection Coverage Should Be OptionalGov. Rick Scott said Friday that he would support making personal injury protection auto insurance coverage, or PIP, optional.