Injured as a Passenger

If you were injured as a passenger in a Florida car accident, you are eligible to sue the driver of the vehicle for damages. Watch this video to learn more.

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If I am injured as a passenger in a vehicle, can I sue the driver for damages?


Injured as a Passenger Yes, you can present a claim for your damages against the driver of the vehicle you were riding in. The fact that you were not wearing a seat belt or the seat belt wasn’t buckled will come into play, however, as comparative negligence on your part. As a result, the extent of your damages or injuries that you might have sustained will be reduced, potentially, by the percentage of fault assignable to you for not having that seat belt buckled.

Were you or a loved one seriously injured in an automobile crash in Florida as a passenger and have questions about suing the driver?
Contact the experienced Brevard County car accident lawyers at Layman Law Firm to schedule a free, confidential consultation.
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