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In July’s Florida Underwriter, I detailed the lead-up to the next fight on reforming Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and the no-fault system. With the 2012 session now upon us, that battle is well underway, along with others about many of the same issues from the 2011 session. Depopulating Citizens Property Insurance Corp. and shrinking the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund, plugging the repackaged drug leak in the workers’ compensation system, and making some progress on bad faith reform all rank high on the agenda. An article on page 18 discusses the property issues, so let’s take a look here at how the PIP battle and the other issues are shaping up for the session ahead.

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