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Published on Mar 24, 2012
Since Florida leads the nation on the frequency of Personal Injury Protection fraud, Governor Scott made eliminating fraud a major priority for 2012. Before passing a PIP compromise bill (HB 119) during the final moments of session, Rep. Scott Randolph (D) - Orlando, debated against an amendment letting insurers off the hook if they could not produce savings to their policy holders. The bill states that after new reforms are implemented, insurers can either reduce premiums by 10% or provide a 'detailed explanation' for why they couldn't provide any savings. The types of reforms include restrictions on the types of medical professionals you can see after an automobile accident (no more acupuncturists or massage therapists), a shorter time frame to file a claim, and limits of $2,500 for non-emergency care.