A Tallahassee court has temporarily blocked part of last year’s Florida auto insurance overhaul intended to keep personal injury protection (PIP) rates down by limiting treatment costs.

The part of the legislation that prompted the halt placed a cap on non-emergency care and a 14-day deadline for treatment from massage therapists, acupuncturists or chiropractors, as well as the requirement that an emergency medical condition exist for the full $10,000 PIP coverage.

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