As autonomous vehicles make their way into mainstream media companies like Waymo, Tesla, BMW, and Uber, each bringing their own innovative take on self-driving vehicle technology. Although these driverless options are not fully available for everyone, they have already started challenging traditional notions of vehicle operation and liability. For example, Waymo relies heavily on advanced algorithms, while Tesla features its Autopilot mode, and BMW and Uber are both in the developmental stages of their own self-driving technologies. Despite these advancements, the issue of human oversight and responsibility remains a critical concern.Regardless of the built-in safety measures or the limited availability of these driverless cars, the unfortunate reality is that accidents still occur. When these incidents happen, and no one is in direct control of the vehicle, questions about who will be held responsible becomes complex for injury compensation.
If you believe your condition has been aggravated due to someone else’s negligence, consult an experienced personal injury lawyer. At CHM Law, we can evaluate your situation and offer valuable insights into your claim’s legal strength. Don’t simply accept an insurance adjuster’s claim that your existing medical issues mean you have to settle for less compensation for the pain and suffering you have endured. To discuss your options in a free consultation, please contact us at (602) 825-2500.
Experiencing a car accident is a sudden, shocking event that can leave you disoriented and confused. One moment, you’re driving safely, and the next, another vehicle collides with you, triggering a series of rapid, disconcerting events: seatbelt constricting, airbag deploying, and debris scattering. While emergency responders arrive and check you for immediate injuries, you might feel relatively unscathed. However, this could be a deceptive calm. Unknown to you, you may have incurred a whiplash injury, the symptoms of which often remain latent before surfacing hours or even days later.
At CHM Law, we specialize in helping individuals understand the medical and legal complexities of whiplash injuries sustained in car accidents. This comprehensive guide will help you understand the diagnosis, symptoms, and legal options available under Arizona law.
Accidents due to tire failures aren’t always the driver’s fault; sometimes, they result from tire defects. Every year, individuals in the U.S. die due to problems with tires. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration documented 622 fatalities in 2021.
Tire maintenance is necessary and failure to keep tires in good condition can lead to liability for accidents. Some tires even have issues straight from the factory, leading to large-scale recalls. If you’ve been injured in an accident stemming from faulty tires, a consultation with a skilled attorney at CHM Law can provide insights into your potential legal options.
Experiencing a hit-and-run collision is both emotionally and physically taxing. Knowing how to handle expenses can offer peace of mind during a challenging time. Colburn Hintze Maletta, a leading Phoenix-based personal injury law firm, is here to help you fight for the compensation you deserve