Recovering damages after a South Florida car accident is not a simple process. You need an experienced automobile accident attorney on your side to ensure receipt
of the maximum allowable damages under Florida Law. A number of requirements must be met before any case against a negligent driver can be properly filed.
If you have been injured in any type of auto accident in Miami-Dade, Broward, or Palm Beach Counties, we encourage you to call The Law Office Of Bradley Pepper, P.A., and to learn more about what must be proven in order to prevail in an auto accident lawsuit, please watch this short video.
What Must I Prove To Win My Florida Auto Accident Case?
In order to win your case, you have to prove a number of things. You have to prove:
- That the other driver was at fault;
- That he either broke a Florida traffic rule -- or drove either recklessly or carelessly;
- And [that he] caused the accident.
You have to prove that you had some kind of an injury, and that the at-fault driver caused the injury that you ended up having.
Now, the amount that you'll be able to recover in the end is going to depend largely on how serious your injuries are -- and whether you've lost wages or how it's going to affect your life in the future.