The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced the fifteen most dangerous cities to drive in 2014 based on total fatalities from vehicle accidents, and the list included four Florida cities. Florida has a high incidence of auto accidents for many reasons. For one, the Sunshine State is a popular vacation spot. Many people visit who are unfamiliar with the roads and drive resulting in accidents. The state is also home to a large retirement population. Some of these individuals may be on medications that impair their driving skills while others may suffer from poor eyesight and cause accidents. Drivers are responsible for obeying certain duties and laws when they are behind the wheel. When driver’s violate these rules, they may be liable for lawsuits and compensation to victims if their behavior results in harm to others. This harm includes injuries, damage to property and mental distress as a result from an accident. Read on to find out what the most dangerous Florida cities to drive in are and information about driver negligence, negligence claims requirements, driver responsibilities and proving fault.