A fight between auto-insurer State Farm and hospital UF Health Jacksonville could affect the wallets of patients around Florida. Are hospitals being truthful about their billing after car accidents? Insurance giant State Farm wants to know if they're paying too much to healthcare providers. The case went in front of the Florida Supreme Court last week. State Farm has sought copies of contracts between Shands Jacksonville Medical Center and health insurers, arguing that the contracts could help show whether State Farm is paying reasonable amounts when the hospital treats people injured in auto accidents. But the hospital, now known as UF Health Jacksonville, fought the request and won last year at the 1st District Court of Appeal.