Florida mulls decision to discontinue no-fault insurance

According to the proposed bill, personal injury protection coverage and the no-fault provision would be discontinued. Drivers will instead be required to carry at least $25,000 in bodily injury coverage for the injury or death of one person, and $50,000 in coverage for the injury or death of two people. The insurance for the person at fault in the accident would pay out for claims.

The lawmakers believe that the discontinuation of no-fault insurance is needed to control Florida’s runaway auto insurance rates.

“Florida is out of step with almost every state, and yet your car insurance rates and premiums

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