What is contributory negligence or comparative responsibility? Accident Lawyer Temple Terrace

What is contributory negligence or comparative responsibility and how does it affect my Florida bicycle injury claim?   Bicycles in Florida are considered vehicles, and Florida is a pure comparative negligence state. What that means is that if you are partially at fault or found by a jury or a judge to be partially to blame…

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Are bicycle accidents similar to pedestrian accidents? Accident Masaryktown

Are bicycle accidents similar to pedestrian accidents? Generally speaking, bicycle accidents are treated more like motor vehicle accidents than pedestrian accidents. When a bicyclist is riding on a Florida road, they are treated as a motorist and they are subject to the laws, the motor vehicle laws of the state. When a person is riding…

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Accident Plant CityCan I still file a bicycle accident lawsuit even if I violated the law or received a ticket? Accident Plant City

Can I still file a bicycle accident lawsuit even if I violated the law or received a ticket? Yes, you can still file a lawsuit even if you violated the law or received a ticket. First, just because you received a ticket does not mean that you are at fault. A police officer arrives on…

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Do insurance companies pay medical bills after a Florida bicycle accident? Accident Spring Hill

Do insurance companies pay medical bills after a Florida bicycle accident? Generally yes, if there is a health insurance provider that has given you services as a result of your bicycle accident they’re going to expect compensation when the settlement is received. One of the things that we do however at Butash and Donovan, is…

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