Maryland Self-Driving Car Accident Lawyers
Google’s self-driving car sounds like a great idea.
Developed by Google X as part of its project to develop technology for mainly electric cars, Google’s self-driving car is any in a range of autonomous cars, . The software installed in Google’s cars is named Google Chauffeur. Lettering on the side of each car identifies it as a “self-driving car”.
But what happens when that self-driving car causes an accident? Who is responsible for the accident and injuries?
Who is responsible for a self-driving car accident?
A big concern for Maryland Personal Injury Attorneys is: “How do we determine who was at-fault or liable for a car accident?”
Who’s going to pay for the injuries sustained by the driver and passengers in the self-driving car?
Who will be liable and who is going to pay the medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering after a car accident?
The Maryland courts have yet to see a case of this nature, but it is our suspicion there would be multiple parties responsible for the accident and subsequent injuries.
Possible responsible parties include:
- developers of the software; and/or
- the distributors.
There are countless options when it comes to liability. That is why a Maryland Personal Injury Attorney can be helpful in pursuing a claim for injuries caused in an automobile accident.
Remember, in order to prove your Maryland personal injury case you need to establish three things: negligence, causation and damages.
Schedule a free self-driving car accident attorney consultation
The Carroll County Car Accident Lawyers at Albers & Associates are ready to assist individuals injured in self-driving car accidents. Carroll County Personal Injury Attorney Ross W. Albers is a former Maryland insurance adjuster that knows what you’re up against. If you’ve been hurt in a car accident, then call Albers & Associates today to schedule a free consultation.The post Maryland Self-Driving Car Accident Lawyers appeared first on Albers and Associates.