Florida Assignment of Benefits Bill Dies in Committee

March 16, 2022

Once again, Florida Assignment of Benefits legislation introduced by Senator Linda Stewart has not moved forward in the annual Florida legislative session. The bill, SB 484, was postponed and withdrawn from consideration and died in the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee. The bill sought to add a provision to Florida law that would prohibit motor vehicle repair shops from offering “to a customer a rebate, gift, gift card, cash, coupon, or any other things of value in exchange for making an insurance claim for motor vehicle glass replacement or repair, including an offer made through a nonemployee who is compensated for the solicitation of insurance claims.”

For information on FL SB 484, CLICK HERE.

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