After weeks of speculation regarding the future of PIP in Florida, Governor Rick Scott has announced he will not nix PIP without giving more effort to the system many see as broken. This bodes well for many health care providers who service patients that have been involved in auto accidents. Currently, certain monies up to ten thousand dollars are allocated for treatment of injuries caused by auto accidents. If the injuries are deemed not to be emergent, the cap is $2,500.00. This is the last incarnation of the statute dealing with PIP. It was done in an effort to slow down and hopefully eliminate fraud in the system. Professionals from all sides who deal with PIP agree the current statute is cumbersome and may be unconstitutional. The legislature had been giving much thought to scrapping PIP in favor of mandatory bodily injury limits. That system has appealed to some, but the PIP system is a better fit for Floridians. Many drivers here are uninsured and PIP allows an injured party to get the treatment needed. Without PIP many great health specialists will stop treating accident victims and that benefits no one.