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What Do I Do at a Yield Sign? What Are The Rules?

According to Florida law, Florida Statutes Section 316.123, when approaching a yield sign, you should first slow down and possibly stop in order to see what the other cars are doing. The cars already in the intersection or highway have the right-of-way and you should yield to them, not the other way around.

If you are injured by a driver who does not stop at a yield sign, the law clearly states that the fact that you were injured acts as evidence of the driver’s fault in the accident. Please seek the help of an experienced accident attorney for more information.

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We at Meldon Law strongly believe that public education is the first step in the prevention of an accident or in the recovery from one.

We are experienced personal injury attorneys, trial attorneys, negotiators, litigators, paralegals, and staff that have been proudly working to get accident victims the justice they deserve for over 40 years in Gainesville, Ocala, Lake City, Inverness, and the rest of North Central Florida and North Florida. Accidents involving a car crash, truck wreck, and motorcycle, bicycle, or pedestrian accidents, dog bites, slip and falls, medical malpractice, and criminal defense are all included in our practice.

Based on Jeffrey Meldon’s, founder of Meldon Law, over 40 years of helping accident victims get justice and a fair shake from the insurance companies, he has written the consumer guide book, Seven Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Florida Accident Case. You can request your free, no obligation copy right now, or contact our office for your complimentary copy sent to you today.

Contact Meldon Law at 800-373-8000 immediately if you have been involved in a serious auto, truck, or motorcycle accident. We are in your community, have the experience and resources required to work towards obtaining a fair settlement for you – we are here to help you.

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