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Auto & Truck Accidents
Everybody usually is worried about missing work after a Florida car accident, but people should be aware that Florida is a no fault state and the Florida no fault stature allows you to collect 60% of your lost wages, up to $10,000, as a result of an automobile accident.
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If you loan your vehicle to another person voluntarily, that person is considered a permissive user, and therefore you would be liable for any damages he causes as a result of his accident. If you were then … If he was sued, and you were also sued, as a result of that accident, you would...
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When a case is tried, in almost all situations the jury decides who is at fault of the accident. The jury is made up of six peers from your community who are chosen by both the defense and the plaintiff and they decide ultimately who is at fault. The decision is based on the facts...
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When you’re injured in a trucking accident case, it is paramount to hire a law firm immediately to protect your interest. The investigation begins almost instantly with the retaining of skid marks, the photographing of same, the downloading of the computer of the truck before the data are overwritten, and also an evaluation of any...
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The state of Florida has very strict time limits within which to bring a lawsuit if you’re injured as a result of a car accident. The most basic and most common of those limits is a four year statute of limitations, which arises from the date of the accident. However, there are a couple of...
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If someone owns a car that he is not driving that is involved in an accident, and that car sustains any type of property damage necessary to repair that car, the owner of that vehicle would be able to sue the at-fault party to recover those damages to get his car properly repaired or replaced.
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No. It’s very often not necessary to file a lawsuit. In fact, in the vast majority of cases, over 90% of those cases, lawsuits are not filed if you were injured in a Florida car accident. Most cases are settled either before a lawsuit is filed, or even if a lawsuit is filed very early...
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The investigation of a Florida truck accident case is paramount to its success. A proper investigation includes a downloading of the data from the computer in the truck, an evaluation of the driver’s work log, or history, an evaluation of the circumstances, the photographs of the accident scene, the other driver’s conditions, as well as...
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You can still recover damages even if you weren’t wearing a seat belt at the time of your accident. Damages in Florida are a portion pursuant to comparative negligence, which means that if you were partially negligent for your injuries due to the fact that you weren’t wearing your seat belt, that percent of negligence...
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When someone’s injured in an auto accident and, ultimately, settles or wins a verdict and collects in that case and they’ve had their medical bills paid by their health insurance carrier, in most cases, but not all cases, but in most cases, that health insurance carrier will have a lien called a subrogation lien against...
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