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Tell Kentucky Senators to Support PIP Reform Legislation!

The goal of Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits has always been for consumers involved in an auto accident to receive payments for medical expenses, lost wages, funeral expenses, and replacement services quickly without having to go to court. Senate Bill 121 seeks to reform the state’s auto PIP law with common-sense provisions.

Enacting Senate Bill 121 would put auto insurers on-par with other payors for the same medical procedures via the proven and well-functioning workers compensation fee schedule.  

This way, the amounts charged for the same medical procedure by the same hospital are not drastically different just because the patient is getting the procedure done for an auto related injury. Using a proven fee schedule should also help reduce fraud from overtreatment and overcharging.

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Tweet Your Georgia State Rep To Support A Hands-Free Georgia!

H.B. 673, or the Hands-Free Georgia Act, prohibits the use of a cellphone, tablet or other wireless devices without having a hands-free accessory. Drivers found in violation of this law would receive a fine and points on their driver’s license. If passed, the legislation would save lives and increase public safety on Georgia’s roadways. 

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Tell Your GA State Rep To Support A Hands-Free Georgia!

H.B. 673, or the Hands-Free Georgia Act, prohibits the use of a cellphone, tablet or other wireless devices without a hands-free accessory. Drivers found in violation of this law would receive a fine and points on their driver’s license. If passed, the legislation would save lives and increase public safety on Georgia’s roadways. 

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Tell PA House Members to Pass Workers Comp Legislation

S.B. 936 amends the Workers Compensation Act to ensure that prescriptions are made and treatment is reviewed under a consistent and qualified system. The bill offers reforms that are standard in health insurance and in workers compensation systems in other states. Implementation of these reforms elsewhere has correlated with a reduction in the number of opioid prescriptions and has helped injured workers get back to work. 

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If you have any questions regarding grassroots alerts, please contact Deirdre Manna at 847-271-9811 or deirdre.manna@pciaa.net.