The Florida Legislature’s latest try to fix the broken no-fault car insurance market unanimously passed a measure that backers say could reduce personal injury protection insurance by upwards of $125 million a year.
State investigators are considering criminal charges after finding regulatory violations in almost 90 percent of the pain clinics that treat automobile accident victims in Miami-Dade County.
As 2011 draws to a close, Gov. Rick Scott wants lawmakers to address a pair of issues that are costing Floridians hundreds of millions of dollars each year.
On the eve of legislative testimony, Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members joined forces Tuesday to call on lawmakers to enact significant changes to curb fraud they say is costing motorists nearly $1 billion a year in higher premiums.
As 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.
Florida’s automobile insurance rates are among the highest in the nation and experts say fraudulent claims drive up the price hurting everyone’s pocketbooks.