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Tallahassee will be operational and legislation will be back in session.
At the top of the agenda with lawmakers is yet another round of personal injury
protection (PIP) bills that are meant to change our current PIP laws.
Senator Joe Negron is pushing (SB 1860) which is sold under the guise that it
will halt fraud that drives up premiums in the state. Previously, similar
bills were introduced... Read More
The weapons and tactics that insurance carriers have at their
disposal in combating personal injury claims are kept secret for good
reason from the general public. Insured’s often go years with faithful
dedication to their insurance company manifested through timely payment
of monthly premiums and renewing year after year. These consumers are
often blind to the reality of insurance companies and the claims
... Read More