United Automobile Insurance Co., whose general counsel recently alleged that some judges “are being paid off,” is seeking to remove a second South Florida judge from all Personal Injury Protection accident cases it has before him due to the judge’s alleged bias.

The North Miami Beach-based carrier has repeatedly moved to disqualify Broward County Court Judge Jay Spechler and force him to step down from “any and all cases involving United Automobile Insurance Company as a litigant.” United alleges that Spechler routinely displays “pre-disposition, prejudice and bias” against its attorneys.

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