It’s very unlikely. Whenever somebody rear-ends somebody else it is presumed that the party who rear-ended the other vehicle is at fault. The only exception to that is basically insurance fraud when somebody will pull directly in front of you and then jam on their brake in order to create a fake accident. Short of that, no. If you’re rear-ended, you will never be found at fault. Image credit: 123rf.com
No. By Florida statute, the Florida lottery office will release certain information about you, mainly your name, your city, how much you won, what lottery device you were playing whether it was mega millions or scratch off or whatever else, and the amount that you won. Picture credit: alphaspirit / 123RF Stock Photo
Yes, absolutely, a passenger can collect for any injuries and disabilities as a result of a car accident from the other driver. In fact, most of the times, passengers are considered to have no comparative negligence on their behalf, meaning that they didn’t contribute to the car accident because they weren’t a driver, they were a passenger, and if they were belted, they were seatbelted in the seat, then there should be no problems to making a claim against the other driver.
A witness can be critical in a slip and fall case in Florida. Sometimes when people fall, their first reaction is embarrassment, and they wanna pick themselves up and leave, and it’s only later that they determine that they’ve sustained an injury. While most people aren’t concerned about preserving the evidence after a fall injury, it’s most important to get the name and contact of any person who saw you fall, the reason why you fell, what you fell on, and that is in fact Read More +
When you redeem a ticket at the Florida Lottery Headquarters in Tallahassee, after you’ve won a certain amount, that money for security reasons really can only be wired to an account of your choice. There are no checks being cashed or written by the Florida Lottery Headquarters.
A common misconception is that every car accident case has to be filed in court, and it’s really not true. I usually tell my clients about 65% of the time we’re able to resolve your car accident case without having to file suit. Even when we do file litigation in your car accident case, most of those do settle. The chances of going to a full jury trial in most of these car accident cases are probably about one in ten or less.