Who can I sue to recover my damages after an accident?

In some cases, an accident victim may be able to sue parties other than the at-fault driver. For example, if the at-fault driver did not own the car, the car's owner may also be liable for your damages. If the at-fault driver was impaired from consuming too much alcohol, you may be able to bring a "dram shop" complaint against a business that knowlingly served alcohol to the driver if he or she was a minor or a habitual drunk. In some cases, you may be able to bring an action against another party, such as an automobile manufacturer or construction company, if a defect in the vehicle or the roadway caused the accident or increased the injuries. If the accident involved a tractor-trailer, the driver's violation of rules and regulations may be the basis for a lawsuit against the driver or his or her employer.

Orlando Auto Accident Attorneys

For more information on Orlando Auto Accidents and Compensation contact the Orlando Auto Accident Attorneys and Lawyers at Hanson & Hanson, P.A. today at 407-872-1212 for your free initial consultation.


We serve Auto Accident Victims in Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole Counties.

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