There are several different types of automobile accidents that can occur depending on the circumstances surrounding the collision including side impacts, head-on accidents, multi-vehicle collisions, intersection crashes, accidents occurring when changing lanes, or rear end accidents.1 Collecting compensation for an auto accident claim can occur after any type of collision,"..."
As with most things, there are fans and foes, pros and cons when it comes to the auto-drive car industry, with dramatic examples from 2016 of the upside and the downside. For example, a Missouri man used the Autopilot on his new Tesla Model X to reach a hospital more"..."
The honest response to the question of liability in self-driving-car accidents is that the answer is a work in progress. As with any new technology, situations arise for which there is no legal precedent, and savvy lawyers must work to stay on top of technological trends and how the law"..."
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), over one-fourth of all traffic accidents1 involve a rear-end collision. Rear-end collisions occur when the front of one vehicle hits the back of another vehicle. This type of accident can result in serious injuries to victims, including head trauma, neck and"..."
Drowsy driving plays a role in nearly eight times more accidents than previous estimates, according to a AAA study which recently released the results in February. The study analyzed more than 700 crashes using in-vehicle camera recordings to determine whether the driver was sleepy. In 9.5% of the crashes, drowsiness"..."
Calculating Pain and Suffering Damages After an accident, an injured party may be entitled to receive compensation or economic recovery for losses and harms sustained due to the fault or liability of another party. In a personal injury lawsuit, recovery is based on the kinds of damages that were sustained.1 "..."