Tag Archives: Negligence
UBER VS. PEDESTRIAN – THE ASSAULT BY ROBOT VEHICLES BEGINS….
The news that an Uber self-driving car had killed an Arizona pedestrian raises a few important areas of inquiry for purposes of personal injury matters. There are multiple different factors involved in determining the cause of an injury or death in a civil lawsuit. Reports indicate the vehicle was in autonomous mode at the… Read More »
What Constitutes a Wrongful Death Case, and Other Elements to Consider
The passing of someone you care about can be one of the most difficult experiences to endure. The trauma is magnified when the death of your loved one could have been prevented, or worse, was caused by the negligence of another individual, establishment, or entity. Common Causes of a Wrongful Death There are several… Read More »
When Failing to Render Aid can be Considered Negligence
Imagine that you are involved in a car wreck in Riverside or elsewhere in California. The crash was not a result of any negligence or carelessness on your part; rather, the other driver carelessly drove into your lane of travel and hit your vehicle head-on. You yourself are (miraculously) not injured; as you exit… Read More »