CFO Sink doesn't want PIP coverage to expire listen09/07/07 Mitch E. Perry
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When state leaders called off plans for a special legislative session later this month, they likely guaranteed the elimination of no-fault auto insurance on Oct. 1.
The change is expected to have major implications for Florida drivers who have relied for decades on no-fault coverage – also known as Personal Injury Protection (PIP) – to help pay medical bills after crashes.
Florida’s Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink discussed with WMNF’s Rob Lorei today the ramifcations of PIP being eliminated. Sink says that it should not be allowed to expire.