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Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty’s office filed an appeal to stop a temporary injunction of certain provisions within what the industry had called the most significant auto insurance law in decades.

McCarty’s Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) filed a notice of appeal on March 21, which immediately stays a temporary order of injunction from the Second Circuit Court in Leon County, Fla. that would have allowed acupuncturists and massage therapists to receive personal injury protection (PIP) benefits and eliminated the requirement that a person have an “emergency medical condition” as a prerequisite to receiving full PIP benefits.

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