A car crash is an unexpected event that can result in serious damage and injury. Even if you walk away, there is a chance that you may have an underlying injury.
Florida is a no-fault state in terms of insurance, which means that in the event of a crash, the drivers file a claim with their own insurance company rather than the other carrier. What happens if one person was mostly to blame, and what if you did something that contributed to the crash? Take a closer look at Florida's accident laws and how they may work in this situation.