Self-Driving Car Accident Claims
Our Trusted Santa Monica Car Accident Lawyers Are Ready to Help
Have you or a loved one been hurt by a self-driving car? Over the last few years, we have seen a rising number of accidents involving these autonomous or semi-autonomous vehicles—including one fatality recorded in Florida. While it is assumed that these self-driving vehicles will eventually reduce injuries on the road, they are currently not federally regulated, putting both consumers and their fellow drivers at risk.
If you've been hurt by a self-driving car, then the time to start exploring your legal options is now. At McGee, Lerer & Associates, our experienced Santa Monica car accident attorneys have recovered millions of dollars in relief for injured, wronged, and bereaved clients. We're ready to assess your claim and, if necessary, take an aggressive and incisive approach towards securing you the compensation you deserve.
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Self-Driving Car Accident Accountability
Accidents involving self-driving cars actually more likely qualify as product liability claims rather than a claim against a negligent driver. Automakers are ultimately accountable for the software in these vehicles and when that software causes an injury, these automakers can be held legally responsible.
There are already a number of semi-autonomous vehicles on the road:
- Tesla Model S
- Google's self-driving cars
- Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG
- BMW 750i
- Infiniti Q50S
Nearly every major automaker is now developing self-driving models and yet federal regulators have still not established safety guidelines to protect the public. If you have been hurt by one of these vehicles, then you may have legal options. Our firm is ready to assess your claim and ensure that the burdens you have suffered are given the consideration they deserve.
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