mallardlawfirm.com There is not a yes or no answer to this question. It depends. Sometimes if you rear-end another vehicle you are at fault, and other times if you rear-end another vehicle you not are at fault. Under Florida law there is a presumption that if you hit another vehicle from behind that you are at fault. However, if that vehicle suddenly or unexpectedly stops in front of you, for no reason, then there is a defense to that. The defense to that would be that they suddenly and unexpectedly stopped in front of you. In that specific scenario you may be responsible for some of the accident but not for the entire thing.

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