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Changes to the proposal include reducing required coverage levels for low-income people and students and raising the possibility that motorists could pay deductibles to have windshields repaired. (Credit: tommaso79/Shutterstock.com) Changes to the proposal include reducing required coverage levels for low-income people and students and raising the possibility that motorists could pay deductibles to have windshields repaired. (Credit: tommaso79/Shutterstock.com)

Florida senators continued moving forward with a proposal to do away with the state’s longstanding no-fault auto insurance system, with trial attorneys and insurers closely watching the debate.

The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill (SB 54) that would eliminate no-fault and its requirement that motorists carry personal-injury protection, or PIP, coverage and mandate bodily injury coverage.

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