Supreme Court Backs Insurer On 'PIP' Medical FeesA divided Florida Supreme Court sided with Allstate Insurance Company in a dispute about fees paid to care for auto-accident victims.
Lawmaker Wants To Ditch "PIP" Insurance CoverageA Senate Republican has filed a proposal that would repeal the state's no-fault auto insurance laws.
Allstate Wants High Court To Enter 'PIP' DisputePointing to conflicting opinions in lower courts, Allstate Insurance Co. has asked the Florida Supreme Court to take up a dispute about payments for treating patients in the state's no-fault auto insurance system.
Lawmakers Look At Pulling Plug On "PIP"The state's personal-injury protection auto insurance system, known as "no-fault," would end in 2019 under proposals ready to go before lawmakers.
Senate Committee Hails Insurance For Uber, LyftNew insurance requirements are heading in the direction of app-connected for-hire drivers.
Pip Insurance Could Continue To Receive Green LightFlorida's Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater is hoping lawmakers will have more patience with a 2012 law meant to curb fraud in Florida's "no fault" auto insurance system
New PIP Law Begins, But Will You Pay Less?Florida drivers looking to save money from from a new law designed to crack down on no-fault auto insurance fraud may find it helps insurance companies, but have to look hard to find any significant savings.
Scott Signs PIP Insurance Fraud LegislationGovernor Rick Scott signed a bill Friday that both he and the Legislature hope will finally crack down on the rampant fraud in Florida’s no-fault car insurance system.
15 Arrested In Miami Food Truck Fraud Crack DownMore than a dozen people from Miami have been arrested for allegedly using lunch trucks to stage more than dozen of accidents to file for $800,000 in fraudulent property damage and Personal Injury Protection (PIP) claims.
Session Ends But Not For Long, Shifting Focus To RedistrictingFlorida legislators will return to the Capitol on Wednesday, less than a week after the final day of the regular session after Gov. Rick Scott called a 15-day extraordinary session so lawmakers can redo redistricting.
$70 Billion Budget Heads For Gov. Scott's DeskFlorida lawmakers signed off late Friday on a $70 billion budget that doesn't raise taxes, but eliminates thousands of jobs, slashes money going to hospitals and universities, and raises college tuition rates. The budget was the last significant action they took before adjourning the 2012 Legislative session at Midnight, the last possible moment.
Legislature: It's Almost Over In TallahasseeAfter 60 days of endless meetings and decision making, the 2012 Florida legislative session is finally coming to a close.