Monthly Archives: October 2015


Insurance Commissioner Suggests Repealing No-Fault Law

Florida’s Insurance Commissioner, Kevin McCarty, recently proposed to repeal the Personal Injury Protection car insurance system, allegedly due to its alleged propensity for fraudulent activity. Florida’s no-fault system of “PIP” insurance essentially provides $10,000 coverage for reasonable and customary medical expenses and loss of income related to a covered accident, regardless of who is found

Update: Results Released from Insurance Fraud Operation in Davie, Pembroke Pines and Miramar

Police departments in Davie, Pembroke Pines and Miramar joined together recently to check motorists’ insurance paperwork for a local growing problem: insurance fraud. The operation was conducted over about six hours. When a motorist would be pulled over, the officers would relay insurance information to insurance company representatives who set up at Pembroke Pines police

David Cassidy Charged with Allegedly Leaving Scene of Fort Lauderdale Car Accident

Former teen idol, David Cassidy, has been charged with allegedly leaving the scene of an accident and driving with an expired registration after a car crash in Fort Lauderdale last month. Fort Lauderdale police claim that the 65-year-old actor allegedly sideswiped a truck and then tried to cover his license plate before driving away with a