Third-Party Car Accident Claims
The at-fault driver might not be the only one liable for your car crash injuries. Watch this video about third-party car accident claims in Florida to learn more.
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Are there parties other than the at-fault driver against whom I can take legal action?
There can be. Certainly, the driver of the vehicle that hit you is the first at-fault party to consider. In Florida, howeger, as a “dangerous instrumentality” state, you can also pursue a claim against the owner of that vehicle if the use of the vehicle was permissive. A driver’s employer might also be at fault, if the driver was working during the time of the accident. On your own uninsured motorist carrier (if there’s inadequate coverage from the at-fault party) you can also make an uninsured motorist claim.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured in an automobile crash in Florida and have questions about third-party car accident claims?
Contact the experienced Brevard County car accident lawyers at Layman Law Firm to schedule a free, confidential consultation.
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