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.
Motor vehicle accidents are a common cause of death among teenagers. Especially those learning how to drive. Here’s what you should know about factors that contribute to fatal teen car crashes and how to get help if your child was injured in a collision. Driving Distracted Teens are more susceptible to distracted driving, especially when […]...read more