Did you suffer devastating injuries after riding in or being struck by a driverless car? If so, a highly experienced attorney may be able to help you with your self-driving car accident claim.
Autonomous vehicles are becoming more and more popular, but with their growing popularity comes an increased number of motor vehicle accidents. Maybe a self-driving vehicle struck your own car while traveling at a higher rate of speed than it should have been, or perhaps a part on the driverless car malfunctioned, causing it to crash. In any case, you may need legal representation to get the most out of your car accident lawsuit.
At Fischer Redavid PLLC, we are dedicated to assisting individuals and families overcome the trauma of these types of accidents so they can rebuild their lives following an accident. We’ll work diligently to build a powerful self-driving car accident lawsuit on your behalf so you can be awarded the compensation you need to move forward with your life.
One of the main issues with self-driving car accidents is that it makes establishing fault more of a challenge. After all, there is no one operating the vehicle in a traditional sense. However, in almost all cases, a person is present in the vehicle at the time of the crash; they just aren’t driving.
Maybe the software operating the vehicle malfunctioned, causing the car to crash. Perhaps there was even an issue with the car itself, like a bad set of brakes. In these cases, manufacturers might be liable for your accident.
For now, there are far too many extenuating factors that could contribute to autonomous car accidents, but your attorney can thoroughly investigate your accident and gather witness statements and expert testimony in order to figure out who could be compelled to cover your losses.
Just as with any other car accident, when you file a personal injury lawsuit, the hope is to collect full compensation for every single loss you have endured due to the accident. This should include both your financial and nonfinancial losses.
Your economic, or monetarily focused, damages might consist of things like your medical expenses and equipment as they relate to your injuries, related housekeeping and childcare expenses, your loss of income and diminished earning capacity, as well as the costs of repairing or replacing your vehicle.
Nonfinancial losses, also known as non-economic damages, consist of other losses you’ve undergone that have no set monetary value. Such damages might include:
Would you like to discuss the individual details of your Miami self-driving car accident lawsuit with a qualified attorney at Fischer Redavid PLLC? If so, schedule a free, no-obligation consultation so we can learn more about your case. When you’re ready to set up your consultation, give us a call at 954-860-8434, or you can submit the convenient contact form we have provided below and we’ll reach out to you.
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