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Florida Auto Accident Laws

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According to the Florida auto accident laws, one should file a lawsuit within four years of the auto accident.

In general the damages can be classified into no fault and at-fault type in Florida.

Whatever type it is, one should consider making a note of following important points:

  • Preserve the details of evidences related to

the damaged vehicle, the driver and the witnesses obtained at the scene of the accident.

  • Florida is a no fault state. Therefore,

every vehicle owner in the state should purchase an insurance policy covering the personal injury protection.

  • It is not a compulsion for the driver to hold a policy,

but the vehicle owner should carry one.

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