COMPARATIVE NEGLIGENCE

Ms. Fiora was running late to work one morning when she decided to speed to make up time, but as she was entering an intersection she failed to see Mr. Magoo making a left hand turn across Ms. Fiora’s path. Unable to break in time Ms. Fiora t-boned Mr. Magoo’s car.


Both driver’s had the right of way with green a light so who is at fault?


And what should they recover for their injuries?


If Ms. Fiora brings a claim against Mr. Magoo, how much should she be able to recover?

Florida is a pure comparative negligence state that provides parties the ability to recover even if it is determined that they had some fault for their injuries.


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COMPARATIVE NEGLIGENCE

Attorney Carlos M. Alvarez GuzmanLegal.com

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