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Careless drivers should be held accountable for the injuries and property damage they cause in our community. Generally, the law requires people to operate their vehicles with “reasonable care under the circumstances.” Failure to exercise reasonable care is the basis for damages in most automobile accident lawsuits.
If you were involved in an auto accident, our car accident attorneys in Ocala, Florida have the experience to help you get the compensation you deserve.
Car accidents can be devastating. If you or a loved one has been injured, you have a lot on your mind. During this difficult time, you should be focused on healing, not fighting with insurance companies and health care providers. An experienced car accident lawyer who is familiar with how auto accident cases are handled in Florida can help relieve your burden.
The statute of limitations to file car accident claim in Florida is the same for all personal injury cases, four years. This means you have four years from the date of your car accident to file a claim or you may lose your right to pursue compensation, no matter how negligent the other driver was behaving. This is why it is best to file a claim as soon as possible, don’t miss your chance of recovering compensation!
Our car accident attorneys are conveniently located in Ocala, Florida and have represented many automobile accident victims since we were established in 1950. Most automobile accident claims are negotiated with the insurance companies and their representatives. We recommend that you seek advice from our qualified attorneys before discussing the details of your accident or your injuries with an insurance adjuster.
If you or someone you care about has been injured in an auto accident, the attorneys of Ayres Cluster Law Firm have over 100 years of combined trial experience to put to work for you. We are prepared to ensure you get fair compensation for your injuries.
Florida is a “fault state” when it comes to car accident cases. This means that the party responsible for an accident is the one who pays damages, usually through an insurance carrier.
Most accidents, however, are caused by more than one party. Oftentimes the injured party is found partly responsible for an accident. In these cases Florida follows a “pure comparative fault” rule, which means that an injured party is eligible to file a claim even if they are partially at fault but the percentage of responsibility they are found to bear will also be deducted from their overall compensation awarded to them.
For example, if you are found to be 20% at fault for the accident that caused your injuries your total compensation awarded to you by the court will also be reduced by 20%. Car accident law in Florida can be complex and confusing.
Our team of experienced attorneys will guide you through your car accident claim while fighting for the maximum amount of compensation.
For a free consultation with an experienced lawyer, call Ayres Cluster Law Firm at 352-751-5674.
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