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What types of damages can you pursue after a car accident?

An accident can change your life in a split second. Even if there are not serious physical injuries, the emotional scarring can run deep. Depending on the nature of your accident, it is possible that you could have grounds to pursue financial compensation through a personal injury claim. The damages that you can pursue depend largely on the nature of your accident and the types of losses you experienced.

We can still help when the other driver doesn't have insurance

A previous post on this blog discussed how uninsured motorists coverage works in Florida. Basically, assuming a Tampa resident bought the coverage when he or she purchased automobile insurance, uninsured motorists coverage offers an extra layer of protection in case he or she gets hurt and the other person did not follow Florida's laws about having automobile insurance.

How much liability insurance must a bus company carry?

The owners and drivers of busses and other large commercial vehicles that transport passengers locally in Tampa, through Florida and to other states all take on a huge responsibility. After all, as with other forms of mass transportation, the passengers of these busses have to trust that their driver will get them to their destination safely.

The basics of uninsured motorists coverage in Florida

Someone who is willing to drive on the streets of the Tampa area while they are intoxicated is probably willing to be irresponsible in other areas of their life as well. This is why many a drunk driving accident in Florida presents a special problem for victims, as the negligent driver may have not purchased liability insurance even though Florida law requires them to do so.

What is comparative fault and how does it work?

Like many other states, Florida has abandoned the traditional rule of "contributory negligence" in favor of a system based on comparative negligence. Traditionally, if a Hillsborough, Florida, resident got in to an accident and was responsible for it, even only to a slight degree, then he or she could not sue for compensation from the other party and be left on his or her own to cover medical bills, lost wages and other expenses.

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