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2 comments on “More eyes needed on insurance fraud, including consumers’

  1. West says:

    Good post. Wouldn’t a fairly easy fix be to change from no-fault to a contributory insurance policy? No-fault hasn’t worked in Florida since it was instituted, any frankly does nothing to penalize those without insurance, while hurting those who are responsible. I recall in 2006 that no-fault was going to be sunsetted, and seeing my personal policies drop by almost 50% was a great reprive. Unfortunately, our then governor called a special session of the legislature which renewed the no-fault insurance schema.

    1. lynnem says:

      It seems the general sentiment now is to give no-fault another chance with some tweaks. If that doesn’t work to stem the fraud, then the next step might be to go to a tort system.