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Category Archives: Personal Injury Protection (PIP)

South Dakota Insurance Officials To Fix Issues Surrounding Medical Coverage Applications

South Dakota Insurance Officials To Fix Issues Surrounding Medical Coverage Applications

Friday’s Post 11.25.11 –  Regulators in South Dakota have embarked on providing much-needed clarity in medical benefits that are covered by auto insurance firms in the health and motor industry. There is a general concern especially when it comes to vehicle accidents. The officials agree that this problem is now wide-spread and is being experienced in most states. Some of the issues… Continue Reading

Research Shows New Models Of Pick-Ups & SUVs Are Safer

Research Shows New Models Of Pick-Ups & SUVs Are Safer

Tuesday’s Post 11/22/11 A new study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has reported reduced chances of fatal injuries and deaths for drivers of recently manufactured pickups  and SUVs, compared to those made more than ten years ago. IIHS is a nonprofit organization that researches possible ways of minimizing vehicular injuries, deaths and property damage… Continue Reading

Fed Rolls Out Affordable Health Insurance Exchanges

Fed Rolls Out Affordable Health Insurance Exchanges

Monday’s Post 11/14/11 – The US Treasury with the Department of Heath and Human Service (HHS) has allocated more funds, for building out an affordable Insurance Exchanges.  Governors in most states received the first batch of $50 Million grants last year to commence plans on the Health Insurance Exchanges. This time round, thirteen States received $185 Million Dollars accompanied by… Continue Reading

New Jersey Auto Insurance PIP Rules To Be Reviewed

New Jersey Auto Insurance PIP Rules To Be Reviewed

Saturday’s Post 11/12/11 –  Over the last few days, I have discussed Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and the two states in the U.S. which are responsible for the highest mandated amounts.  For some time now, New Jersey’s auto insurance companies have fled the state because of what they claim to be excessive PIP benefits  being  levied on car insurance companies… Continue Reading

Democrats Oppose Changes To Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance Law

Democrats Oppose Changes To Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance Law

Friday’s Post 11/11/11-  If you read my post yesterday, I reviewed the proposed change to Michigan’s auto insurance PIP Laws.   Per Wednesday’s Blog Post; Michigan wants to limit the amount of Personal Injury Protection is offered per  at fault accident. These proposed changes to Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law have drawn mixed reactions across the board with many Republicans… Continue Reading

Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance Rules To Change

Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance Rules To Change

 Thursday’s Post 11/10/11 –  Michigan is the only state in the U.S.  that  still offers “unlimited” Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits for auto accident victims. The unlimited insurance coverage includes lifetime benefits for victims who have suffered extensive injuries and will require lifetime medical care, as is often the case for spinal injuries and paraplegics. This is, however,… Continue Reading

Florida Auto Insurance “Fraud Tax” Requested By Trade Group

Florida Auto Insurance “Fraud Tax” Requested By Trade Group

Saturday’s Post 11/5/11-   A report from the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) highlights issues with the Car Insurance personal injury protection (PIP) coverage offered in Florida with its no-fault auto insurance legislation.  They recommend four law changes to combat this. Increased time to investigate suspect claims. Inspection of medical facilities that bill for… Continue Reading

A Florida County To Address Auto Insurance Fraud

A Florida County To Address Auto Insurance Fraud

 Monday’s Post 10/31/11 –  A Florida county has submitted its own ordinance to discuss the outlandish number of scams perpetrated by fraudulent medical clinics.  Hillsborough County State lawmakers’ have promised to discuss the insurance fraud issue and revise the state’s automobile no-fault laws. The debate  is over PIP (Personal Injury Protection) and the fraud  within medical centers in Hillsborough Country. Through an unanimous vote, the Hillsborough Country Board of Commissioners… Continue Reading