A Florida pedestrian accident case falls under the negligent statute. That means you have a four year statute of limitations to file that claim. Now,
I was a pedestrian accident victim after being hit by a car while I was in a crosswalk. Who has the right of way?
In Florida, normally pedestrians have the right of way, but that right isn't absolute. As a pedestrian, you still have an obligation to make sure that
Your duty as a pedestrian in Florida is to act as a reasonably prudent person would act. That basically means don't run into oncoming traffic. Don't
What if I was partially at-fault for the Florida accident because I was walking outside of a crosswalk or running across the street?
As a pedestrian, if you're partly at fault for an accident you can still collect if the driver was doing anything negligently. They'll just compare
A pedestrian accident in Florida is when somebody class="video-faq-postindex" walking is involved in an accident, or injured because of somebody class="video-faq-postindex" else's negligence. That can be
The damages available in a Florida pedestrian accident case include, past and future medical bills, past and future lost wages, past and future pain
There's no rule in Florida that says how attorneys have to charge for pedestrian accidents, but the majority of attorneys that handle these types of