More importantly, Florida is a comparative negligence State. That means for every accident, there’s going to be 100% of fault attributed to the parties in that crash. For example, if both you and the other driver are at fault, you can still recover in either a claim against the insurance company or if necessary by going to court and having a jury trial over your liability, your injuries and your damages.
While almost every state in the U.S. requires motor vehicle owners to have insurance, not all drivers carry it — or, they may not carry enough. If you were involved in a car accident caused by an uninsured or underinsured driver, you may be wondering what your legal options are and what your next step […]...read more