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 â€“ also known as Personal Injury Protection (PIP) â€“ to help pay medical bills after crashes.
Floridaâ€™s Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink discussed with WMNFâ€™s Rob Lorei today the ramifcations of PIP being eliminated. Sink says that it should not be allowed to expire.