Typically all of 3 are needed, to some extent, to make a strong case.
Below you will find a brief discussion on the 3 elements of an accident case. You are welcome to call us for a free and detailed discussion on whether or not you have a case.
The Liability element of a Tampa Accident Case means that you must establish that someone other than yourself was at-fault or liable for the accident.
It is important to preserve as much evidence from the accident as possible. Some of the best liability evidence includes but is not limited too : police reports, photos of the scene and the vehicles, eye witness accounts, traffic tickets given, criminal or DUI charges against another driver involved in the accident, and when necessary an expert accident reconstructionist.
Florida is a comparative liability state. This means that one person can be found 100% at fault or that fault can be divided among multiple people who each share a portion or percentage of the fault.
Thus the importance of preserving and properly presenting your liability evidence is obvious.
There are 6 types of insurance that can come into play in an auto accident case. They are Personal Injury Protection (PIP), Property Damage (PD), Bodily Injury Liability (BI), Underinsured Motorist (UM), Medical Pay (MP) and Personal or Group Health.
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