PIP Laws: Tampa Company Looks to Get Around Mandatory Motor Vehicle No-Fault

 Friday, April 6, 2012

 The Ledger

A Tampa company has sent fliers to chiropractors suggesting ways to capitalize on potential loopholes in new legislation aimed at denting the runaway fraud plaguing Florida’s mandatory motor vehicle no-fault law. The legislation (HB 119) — which hasn’t yet reached the governor’s desk — still requires all Florida drivers to carry $10,000 in coverage for accident injuries, although it also created a lower ceiling of $2,500 in coverage for non-emergency treatment to cut down on abuses. Florida leads the nation in the number of staged accidents.
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