Are there parties other than the at-fault driver against whom I can take legal action in a florida auto accident case? |

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Yes. There are other parties besides the at fault driver who may be liable for your accident. In fact, under Florida law, the owner of the vehicle, if that’s someone different than the driver, is also liable. In certain circumstances, depending on the facts, the employer of the person, if they were driving on work hours or on a work related function, may be liable.

In addition to that, there may be other parties whose negligence contributed to the accident who would also be liable, including the possibility of the manufacturer, if there were defects in the design of the vehicle itself that caused the accident.

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