Florida’s automobile insurance system is broken and substantial premium increases have been borne by Florida’s auto insureds in recent years. The prominent reasons cited by many for Florida’s dilemma are the pervasive fraud, suspect and highly inflated medical claims, and significant plaintiff attorney fee awards that have become commonplace in southeast Florida and other metropolitan areas.

During this year’s legislative session, the Florida Legislature will again consider, debate and possibly pass legislation aimed at fixing Florida’s broken automobile insurance system.

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