Auto Accident Damages – Florida’s Comparative Fault Law

In Florida, if you have been injured in an automobile accident, bicycle accident, motorcycle accident,by a dangerous product, or in virtually any other negligence action, your damages will be reduced by your own percentage of fault. This is called “comparative fault,” and is set forth in Florida Statutes. The concept of comparative fault is fairly… 
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Auto Accident Injury? Think twice about what you post online!

In my 18 years of representing persons injured in automobile accidents, I have run across my fair share of damaging evidence. Prior to the widespread use of social media sites such as Facebook, an attorney still had to worry about photos or video of his or her client being shown to the jury during a… 
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Florida Supreme Court: Is the Rear Driver Always at Fault in Accident?

Many Florida injury attorneys would likely advise the following to the respective front driver and/or rear driver of a rear-end collision: 1) Advice if front driver calls: Proving liability (fault) is going to be the easy part in this auto accident claim. The person who rear-ended you is “always” at fault. 2) Advice if rear… 
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