Auto Insurance Changes
The Florida House is moving ahead with an auto insurance fix that limits what type of medical treatment is available for injured motorists.
The House gave tentative approval to a bill that aims to cut expenses associated with personal injury protection insurance.
All drivers in Florida are required to carry the insurance.
House members are expected to take a final vote on the bill this Friday.
The House bill initially would have required motorists to seek treatment from a hospital or hospital owned clinic within 72 hours of an accident.
But House members changed the bill to give injured drivers seven days to seek treatment.
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