The person that caused my injury is claiming it is my fault; what do I do?

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Your attorney will thoroughly investigate your case to determine what the evidence shows. If the evidence indicates that the accident was entirely your fault, then you will not have a basis to pursue a negligence claim against anyone else. If the evidence shows that the accident was partially your fault, you can still recover damages from other parties whose negligence also contributed to your injuries. Florida applies the comparative fault doctrine, meaning a jury can apportion fault among all negligent parties. If you are found to be partially at fault, your damages will be reduced by the percentage of fault attributed to you.

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