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Florida Taking on Rampant Insurance Fraud…Again

The requirement that all drivers in Florida have $10,000 in PIP coverage is blamed for most of the premium increases Florida drivers have seen in the recent past.

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Michigan Looks for Answers to No-Fault Insurance Problems

Michigan’s no-fault system has led to residents of the state paying the highest car insurance premiums in the nation, with the average insurance premium in Detroit coming in at $2,541 annually for full coverage.

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Are your medical bills covered after a crash?

As with all complicated questions, the answer is “it depends.”

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Florida Targets Insurance Fraud in Crackdown

The biggest issues in Florida stem from its no fault insurance system, which fraudsters use to exploit the personal injury protection (PIP) coverage with questionable claims.

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What’s the Difference: No-Fault vs. Tort Car Insurance

There are two basic types of auto insurance systems: “no fault” and “at fault” (this is normally referred to as tort). We’ll be the first to admit that having varying systems, with each state having its own specifics and guidelines, can be quite confusing.

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