For those considering purchasing the Tesla Autopilot, you need to consider flaws in the design that caused a fatal crash in May of 2016. The NTSB found the autopilot system at fault due to its limitations. If you live in California and want to purchase one, you should be aware of the product liability laws available before and after you make your purchase.
In “3 Ways Modern Technology Can Protect You in Court”, Bob Kraft explains how current technology has postively impacted the court system. The author lists different examples of popular information technology tools that can provide reliable evidence that can be used for defending or prosecuting in a legal case. The author concludes explaining how modern day technology’s use around the world continues to grow, and provides continuous tools and advances for legal investigations.
- The legal system is aggressively making use of technological means to prosecute and defend people involved in a courtroom trial.
- Evidence has never before been so easily collected and stored for potential legal use as it is today,
- thanks to the Internet and cellular services widely used in our country and around the world.
“The legal system is aggressively making use of technological means to prosecute and defend people involved in a courtroom trial”
There are three types of personal injuries that you can seek compensation for. Personal injuries resulting from medical malpractice, workplace accidents, and car crashes might be eligible for a claim to win financial compensation for lost wages and expenses related to the injury. Gathering evidence and scheduling a free consultation with a legal professional are good first steps to take if you think you might have a claim.
- There are many people who face dangerous occupational hazards on a daily basis.
- Employers are required to protect their workers through a variety of safety measures depending on their industry and operations.
- Unfortunately, it’s still very possible to suffer serious injuries in a workplace that is completely up to code.
“While the legal system is designed to protect people who have been unjustly injured by another party, it can only work if the victim takes action.”
Personal Injury and Social Security Disability Online posted a new article opening a discussion on a Carfax Report bringing up the issues surrounding factory recalls of vehicles. The article highlights the importance of keeping up to date on your vehicle’s recalls, no matter the year, make or model and to realize that not all avenues of learning about your recalls are the same. In fact one in four vehicles may have an unfixed recall.
- One in four vehicles on US roads operating with unfixed safety recall
- More than 63 million vehicles under safety recall
- Up 34% from last year
“MLive reports that a recent Carfax study indicates that one in four vehicles on US roads is operating with an unfixed safety recall.”
Although you’re always warned about getting into an accident and how you should be careful, you’re not often taught what to do if the accident does happen. There are four steps on what to do if you’re in an accident, because accidents do happen. Some of these tips include: contact your insurance company, inquire about your deductible, inquire about time restraints, gather information, and more.
- Many companies require claims to be followed within a certain timeframe following an accident
- it may pay to speak with an auto insurance attorney.
- it’s important that you’re meticulous with your details and keep copies of everything related to the accident.
“Accidents can happen to even the safest drivers, but understanding how insurance companies handle auto claims and learning how to file one properly is just another part of responsible car ownership”