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What if I was not wearing a seat belt at the time of my Florida car accident? Can I still recover damages?

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Florida law requires that you wear a seat belt. If you don’t wear one, you’re considered comparatively negligent, and your damages will be reduced by the percentage of comparative negligence that is attributed to you for not wearing a seat belt.

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