- FSCO's has a draft 2013 Statement of Priorities out for consultation and it is loaded with auto insurance initiatives.
- ISO has filed its first vehicle telematics-based rating rule in 33 states and received approvals in 19 states. The optional rating rule to award discounts for vehicles operated in areas safer than where they are garaged.
- Florida Senate Committee has begun looking at the possibility of replacing the no-fault auto insurance system. This is in response to a recent court decision sided with the claim by chiropractors and massage therapists that the law illegally prevents accident victims from using PIP claims to pay for their treatment.
- Did you know that being overweight may be an unexpected benefit for pedestrians and cyclists hurt in traffic accidents?
- P&C insurers still concerned about loss ratios in Ontario. Is this related to related to the Ontario product or other factors?
- The first arbitration decision is out dealing with minor injuries and it provides some direction on what injuries are covered the definition and $3,500 cap.
- The aftermath of the Florida international driving permit fiasco: newspaper ads welcoming Canadians.
Friday, 5 April 2013
Insurance News - Friday, April 5, 2013
Here are the leading auto insurance headlines from ONTARIO AUTO INSURANCE TOPICS ON TWITTER for Friday, April 5, 2013: