As we continue to progress with technology, Autonomous vehicles will start to become more of the norm. With car companies starting to implement some of this new technology, legal concerns start to become more prevalent. The main concern will be who is liable for injuries caused in a traffic crash? Experienced auto accident attorneys will be the best source to answer these questions and make sure the appropriate parties are held accountable in an autonomous vehicle accident.
Autonomous vehicles are often referred to as self-driving cars. They can drive without a person controlling the vehicle. Some of these vehicles are fully autonomous where a bot is driving the car and making decisions based on past data it has received. Other autonomous vehicles are not fully autonomous and they have a person sitting in the driver's seat, but the driver does not have to do much to control the vehicle. Tech companies continue to pilot and test these autonomous vehicles in major cities across the country.
Determining liability in an autonomous vehicle accident can be a complex problem to unravel. There are many factors to analyze and breakdown before determining who the responsible party is. Some of these factors include:
These factors are just a few of many. As autonomous vehicles become more of the norm in Arizona, there will be more information to break down and analyze to protect people from autonomous vehicle injuries and hold the right parties accountable.
If you or a loved one was injured in an Autonomous Vehicle accident, you need to contact our experienced attorneys to help you recover your financial losses. We focus on recovering the maximum possible compensation for our clients. We offer a free consultation and no cost unless you get paid. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.