According to Florida law, reckless driving involves “driving any vehicle in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property” (Title XXIII, Chapter 316). People who drive unsafely cause thousands of preventable car accidents every year in the United States, causing serious injury or death to innocent people and leaving victims and their families to deal with various physical, emotional, and financial burdens. Reckless drivers who cause accidents may not only face criminal prosecution but can also be held civilly liable by an injured victim or their family.

What is Reckless Driving?

Reckless driving can occur when a driver commits one or more moving traffic violations that significantly endangers nearby property or people. Aggressive driving greatly increases the risk of an accident and places other drivers, pedestrians, motorcyclists, and bicyclists in serious danger. Reckless driving includes the following actions:

How Our Florida Car Accident Lawyers Help Victims of Reckless Drivers

Reckless driving involves unsafe and often illegal behavior that can result in drivers being held responsible for compensating accident victims. It can be difficult to conclusively prove that another driver’s recklessness caused an accident, so it is imperative to work with an attorney who has experience handling these types of cases. When you’re up against an insurance company that is trying to avoid a payout at all costs, you need a tough advocate who will stand by your side and stop at nothing to help you achieve justice. Why choose the Florida Law Group? 

  • 100+ years of experience
  • Representing the injured since 1982
  • Recognized among Top 1% of all personal injury and medical malpractice law firms by the Trial Lawyer Board of Regents
  • 10.0 Superb Rating on Avvo
  • Attorney Chris Limberopoulos is Board Certified Trial Attorney

Contact the Florida Personal Injury Lawyers at The Florida Law Group Today for a Free Consultation

At The Florida Law Group, we proudly represent all riders and accept their cases on a contingency fee basis. If you were injured in a motorcycle accident and think you might have a personal injury case, we invite you to call our legal team to discuss your legal options. It’s free to call, and you are under no obligation. If our Florida motorcycle accident lawyers can help, we will. Contact us today online or by calling 833-271-1011.

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