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South Florida Sun-Sentinel

End of no-fault could lead to more uninsured vehicles -- ...

What many people don't understand is that Florida is very different than other States. I have lived in Georgia and Missouri and I was able to buy an emergency health insurance poilicy for about $70/month. Good luck finding that in Florida. Now with PIP expiring, you can bet your mortgage that health insurance will sky rocket. BCBSFL has already contacted Crist to warn him that if PIP goes, they will raise their rates. LIKE I HAVE SAID BEFORE, KEEP PIP. GET RID OF CLINICS NOT OWNED BY DOCTORS! That will get rid of a good percentage of fraud  (Aug 30, 2007 | post #17)

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

End of no-fault could lead to more uninsured vehicles -- ...

This would never work. You can easily buy your 6 months of insurance, get your sticker and apply it to the car window, and then cancel the insurance. You still have the sticker and the poilice would never know if you truly are insured or not. Sorry to burst your bubble.  (Aug 30, 2007 | post #13)

SouthFlorida.com

Florida finance chief urges Legislature to renew no-fault...

He is another moron in Florida that doesn't understand what PIP is all about and the consequences we will have if it is gone. So you have health insurance....yippeee! Your health insurance will go through the roof if PIP is gone. Oh yeah, most private insurances have limits on how much they will pay. I hope you have a really good policy....otherwise, you are SOL!  (Jul 19, 2007 | post #46)

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Interest groups taking sides in Florida's 'no-fault' insu...

And I suggest you give Auto insurance out to everyone for free too. If doctors shouldn't charge for accident care, you insurance companies shouldn't charge for the insurance. After all, it was "just an accident". Idiot  (Jul 4, 2007 | post #111)

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Interest groups taking sides in Florida's 'no-fault' insu...

Bob in Boca, first of all, my point in stating that people should see Sicko is for them to understand that insurance companies, whether it be auto, home or health, are not on our side. They are in the business of making money and thats it. If you were a doctor, which Im guessing you are not, you would understand how insurance companies deny benefits to many people who need care. Oh, by the way, my public school education brought me to a top ranked University and got me the Bentley I am driving now.  (Jul 4, 2007 | post #109)

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Interest groups taking sides in Florida's 'no-fault' insu...

If you people think the Insurance companies are on your side, go see Sicko the movie. You people have to understand that the insurance industry is a billion dollar industry and they don't give a crap about you the consumer. Ask anyone who has been denied a medical claim what they think. KEEP PIP!  (Jun 30, 2007 | post #10)

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Heat owner eases opinion on tax, which is set to curb tea...

My point exactly!!!  (Jun 17, 2007 | post #25)

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Heat owner eases opinion on tax, which is set to curb tea...

Wow, its scary to see how stupid some of you guys are. You know there is something called a salary cap. Anyone that thinks we can have Shaq, Wade, Kobe and Artest on the same team doesn't under stand the simple salary cap rules. No wonder why they say Miami fans are the idiots of the sports world.  (Jun 17, 2007 | post #23)

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Heat owner eases opinion on tax, which is set to curb tea...

Would be great to see Zo back. Any chance the Heat can go after Gerald Wallace????  (Jun 16, 2007 | post #5)