What You Need to Know About Liability in the Age of Driverless Cars

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founder/Senior Partner

Driverless cars are looking more and more like they will become commonplace soon. Several auto-manufacturers have already started to create their own models and testing is underway. It is still a new area with very little regulation though, which raises some interesting and unanswered questions.

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Who’s Fault Is It?

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founder/Senior Partner

I'm involved in a personal injury case. I may be at fault. Does this prevent me from recovery? Does it matter how much at fault I was versus how much at fault the other person was? Many personal injury cases run into this situation, otherwise known as comparative or contributory negligence.

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Are You Using Your Headlights Correctly?

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founder/Senior Partner

Correct usage of headlights has the potential to greatly cut down on the amount of car accidents that occur due to poor driver visibility.

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Keep On The Lookout for Motorcyclists

By: Frank H. Bailey, Founder/Senior Partner

A 2003 study by the NHTSA also concluded that in multiple vehicle accidents the motorcyclist was less at fault than the other driver 80% of the time! What this tells us is that bikers traveling around this weekend are most at risk from local drivers and not their own behavior.

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