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.
Every city has certain neighborhoods or intersections in which accidents are more likely, and Ocala is no different. No matter where you get hurt in an Ocala car accident, you need to protect your rights to file a legal claim and take action as soon as possible. Don’t let the statute of limitations expire before […]...read more