What must I prove in order to win my Florida bicycle accident case?

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Just like in any other type of personal injury case in the state of Florida, the victim of a bicycle accident needs to prove, number one, that the other person and/or individual is at fault or negligent for causing the bicycle accident. Next, we need to prove that the negligence of the at fault party was the legal cause of any loss, injury, or damage suffered by you in the bicycle accident. And then we need to prove the extent of your damages, the extent of your injuries, your past medical expenses, future medical expenses, lost wages, loss of future earning capacity, and then your pain and suffering type of damages. All of those must be proven by the greater weight of the evidence in the state of Florida. So, if you’ve been involved in a bicycle accident, contact us. We can assist you with all of those complex and complicated legal issues arising out of a bicycle accident.

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