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August 2018

Self-driving car accident lawyer
Uber/Lyft Accidents
August 10, 2018

Research Shows Most Americans Fear Self-Driving Cars Amid Increase in Self-Driving Car Crashes

In a world where Intel data has suggested the self-driving industry will grow into a $7 trillion industry by 2050, it is altogether fitting that the entire automotive industry is taking notice of where the future of transportation is heading. The ridesharing economy, has similarly paid attention, which has led to fierce competition and even lawsuits (Uber and Google's Waymo are…
Self-driving car laws
Uber/Lyft Accidents
August 2, 2018

California Paves Way for Driverless Cars to Carry Los Angeles Passengers

Recent action taken by California's Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has ultimately paved the way for driverless cars to carry passengers in Los Angeles and around the state. Based on the action taken by the CPUC, two programs have now been authorized that will permit the carrying of passengers in driverless vehicles. Since there are two separate programs that will allow…
Professional accident law firm Washington
Auto Accident LawyerCar AccidentCollision of Vehicles
August 1, 2018

Southern CA Heavily Contributes to the Number of Deadly Crashes in CA

As the largest state in the country by population, California has lost more lives to traffic fatalities than any other state. In fact, more than 10% of deadly accidents nationwide are estimated to occur in California, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) findings from 2016. Nationally, the majority of fatal accidents occur in rural areas, but California…
Los Angeles Injury Lawyer
Auto Accident LawyerCar AccidentPedestrian Accident Attorney
August 1, 2018

Recent North Hollywood Hit-and-Run Is a Sobering Reminder of LA’s Safety Crisis

For those who have stayed up-to-date concerning general accident trends in Los Angeles, the fact that the city has struggled to curb hit-and-run accidents is no great surprise. Leading local newspapers such as the LA Times have focused on the city's fight against the "hit-and-run epidemic" plaguing the city since at least 2015. Unfortunately, reporting from NBC Los Angeles reveals…