Bills To End Florida’s No-Fault Car Insurance Poised For Early Play In Session

 Monday, January 8, 2018

 Palm Beach Post

Getting t-boned by another driver in West Palm Beach was the first surprise, Lynn Sparks said. Another was learning Florida is one of only two states that do not require drivers to carry liability insurance to cover injuries to others. That’s why she will watch closely to see if state legislators are ready to make big changes when they convene Tuesday — and take up bills as early as the first three days to repeal the state’s no-fault car insurance system after nearly half a century. Florida requires $10,000 of Personal Injury Protection to cover a driver’s own injuries regardless of who it at fault in an accident.
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