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Autonomous vehicles are the wave of the future and some of them are already on the road. As sophisticated and precise as their software and guidance systems are, they are not perfect. Numerous accidents have taken place, resulting in injuries and, in a Florida accident, in the death of a Tesla driver. Our lawyers understand the complexities of these incidents and are ready to hold the manufacturers and operators responsible for harm caused by their product or negligent operation.
In the years to come, our highways will be the testing ground for thousands of self-driving vehicles, from small passenger cars to big delivery trucks. The makers of these vehicles and guidance software and hardware insist that they will make our roadways safer in the long run. But for now, in the early stages of this revolutionary technology, there are bugs to work out and that means accidents are happening.
Tesla, Ryder and start-up Embark are pushing ahead with driverless big rigs as quickly as they can. It looks as though large autonomous trucks will be on our highways sooner rather than later. We know how lethal a big rig crash can be. It’s alarming to realize that someday soon these huge vehicles will be driving themselves. We’re ready to handle cases involving autonomous company vehicles.
If you (or a loved one) received injuries in an auto accident involving a self-driving vehicle, we may be able to help you get compensation for:
Please call for a free initial consultation. If we take your case, we will work on a Contingent Fee basis, which means you don’t pay us unless we win.