Determining Fault After a Truck Accident
Have you or a loved one been involved in a truck wreck and are unsure who is at fault? Watch this video about determining fault after a truck accident.
In Florida, how is fault determined in a truck accident?
Trucking cases are unique cases. Many times, we come across a fact pattern where it looks like our own client might bear some responsibility. Does the client still have a case? The answer is yes. There are certain exceptions to that, but generally speaking, yes.
Here’s why. Florida is what is known as a comparative negligence state, which means that for example, if we go to court and try your case and a jury awards you some money, but they say, for example, you were 50% at fault, the judge will reduce that verdict by 50%. You still are award something, so don’t shy away from your case simply because you think you may be at fault.
If you’ve been hurt in such circumstances in Northeast Florida, Nassau County, Duval County, or the other counties of Northeast Florida, or Southeast Georgia, go ahead and call us. We’ll sit down. We’ll go over your case and see how best we can present your case.
Have you or a loved one been injured in a crash and have questions about determining fault after a truck accident? Contact an experienced Nassau County truck accident lawyer at Paul Boone Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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