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

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Negligence on the other party, meaning that the other party or the motorist, the driver of the car failed to use reasonable care in the operation of their motor vehicle and causing the crash. Then you need to prove that the negligence of the defendant driver was the legal cause, the direct cause, or proximate cause of the injuries that you’re complaining of. Then ultimately, you need to prove the extent of your losses, your injuries, and damages, or what’s the value of your losses, injuries, and damages. Those are the three main components you need to prove. Liability, negligence, causation of your injuries, and the extent of your injuries.

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