Negligence occurs when a person fails to take the necessary steps to keep others safe. To some extent, negligence is subject to interpretation, but there are many legal precedents that can help you prove another party’s negligence in a lawsuit. With the passage of HB 837, Florida moved to a system of modified comparative negligence from pure comparative negligence.
If you were injured because a premises owner, driver, doctor, or other party did not exercise proper care and caution, you may be entitled to financial compensation.
The attorneys of Winston Law Firm, have experience with a wide variety of negligence cases. Contact our Florida negligence lawyers at (954) 475-9666 to find out what we can do for you.