What if the cause of my Florida car accident is not clear? | Stuart Auto Injury Lawyers
In the state of Florida, if you’ve been involved in a car accident the cause of the accident may not be clear. That’s an issue of comparative negligence or an apportionment of fault. So what we look at is to preserve all of the evidence. Hire an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible after the crash. Try your best to preserve all the evidence, including taking pictures or video of the vehicles that were involved. Make sure that you contact the police to do a police report. And even though it may not be 100% the other driver’s fault or 100% your fault, the issue of comparative negligence or apportionment of fault will determine the value of your case.