The world’s leading auto manufacturers are racing to produce the first mass-produced, self-driving vehicles. Uber took a revolutionary step with the introduction of its driverless fleet in 2016, but the trial has been marred with reports of the cars running red lights, driving in bicycle lanes, and breaking other traffic laws.
There are multiple specializations within personal injury law such as car accident claims, medical malpractice, and premises liability. There are unique laws and procedures that apply to each of these areas. If you proceed with your claim without the help of an attorney who has experience in your area of need, you could wind up making a mistake that harms your claim.
Most people know the danger of driving under the influence, yet thousands of motorists in Las Vegas still choose to get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol. In 2014, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police arrested about 4,500 people for DUI. That same year, at least 290 people in Nevada died in alcohol-related crashes, according to Alcohol Alert.
If you were injured in a truck accident, the success of your personal injury claim will hinge on the strength of your evidence. Your personal injury attorney will have to show evidence to prove negligence, liability, and the value of your damages. Over time, though, it is common for evidence to disappear or become unavailable, which is why it is so important to take legal action as soon as possible.
Losing a family member is one of life’s most heart-wrenching tragedies. The grief is compounded when a loved one dies unexpectedly due to another person’s malicious or negligent actions.
Uber is swiftly taking over the commercial transportation industry. As of July 2016, Uber passengers had taken more than 2 billion rides, and according to Forbes, the rideshare giant adds more than 50,000 new drivers each month. However, just like any other motorist, Uber drivers are not immune to accidents.
A car wreck can have far-reaching effects that last long after the collision. Many victims face an uphill climb to recovery. Some require ongoing medical care and cannot return to the same occupation.