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The following is a great article written by my friend and serious trial lawyer, Chris Dolan, about the recent death of a woman resulting from a vehicle being operated on auto pilot. We are in uncharted waters with these autonomous and “driverless cars”. Significant testing and regulations must be in place before these vehicles should be permitted to be on the public roads.
Under California law, the person who causes the accident is at fault and must pay the accident victim’s damages. The at-fault driver’s insurance pays up to the policy limits. After that, the driver is personally liable for any remaining damages. http://ow.ly/fwWX30j7PI5
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The 2017 pedestrian accident death rate maintained the 25-year-high of nearly 6,000 fatalities in a year. Researchers, law enforcement, and pedestrian accident attorneys are analyzing data to determine why walking has become so deadly. http://ow.ly/Tgig30j5fP6
This case represents an egregious case of medical malpractice. This surgeon should have his license taken away after leaving his patient on the operating room table and requiring his girlfriend/physicians assistant to close him up. Fantastic lawyering by the team of Plaintiff Lawyers.
Does Siri Cause Auto Accidents? Using hands-free devices gives drivers a false sense of safety. When you ask Siri, or your car’s voice-activated system, to do something, no California laws are being broken, your eyes are on the road and your hands are on the wheel. But in fact, using hands-free devices while driving, creates a significant danger. Learn more: http://ow.ly/NRT230iFROe
“How will the insurance company and their defense attorneys treat me after I make a claim?” As a personal injury attorney, I get this question all the time. It is such an important question, that even when a potential client doesn’t ask, I explain it anyway. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/Mtea30iyBMs