Tag Archives: comparative negligence

Who Is Liable for Dog Bite Injuries in Florida?

By Paul B. Genet |

Every year approximately 600 Florida residents are hospitalized due to injuries arising from dog bites, according to the state Department of Health. Children under the age of six and boys between the ages of 6 and 14 are the most frequent victim of dog bites. But a dog bite is a serious matter no… Read More »

Rear-End Collisions and Comparative Negligence

By Paul B. Genet |

Since the 1960s, Florida law has presumed that if a driver rear-ends another vehicle, that driver is the one at fault. Prior to 2012, trial courts did not allow these drivers to present evidence of the front driver’s fault. However, the Florida Supreme Court recently decided that rear drivers could rebut the presumption of… Read More »

Comparative Negligence Law In Florida

By Paul B. Genet |

What is it and How Might it Affect Your Motorcycle Accident Case? Every person who under the law has a duty towards others and breaks that duty because of his or her negligence, or lack of care, can be liable to the injured party for damages. Drivers have a duty towards others to drive… Read More »

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