Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are emerging features of many new car models. However, a federal report has found that automated driving systems and other ADAS contribute to a staggering number of crashes, injuries, and deaths. Nearly 400 vehicle crashes in the U.S. involved ADAS over a 10-month period in 2021, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
If you were involved in a crash involving an automated driving system – either in your own vehicle or the other motorist’s vehicle – it’s important to know how to recover compensation for your injuries and property damage. At CaseyGerry, our San Diego car accident attorneys have extensive experience handling complex vehicle accident claims. We know what it takes to help you maximize your compensation for your losses.
The ADAS crash report by the NHTSA included the following automakers:
The ADAS systems included these technologies:
There may be various types of compensation available to those injured when an ADAS system fails and causes a crash. Our vehicle accident lawyers work diligently to recover both economic and non-economic damages for our clients, such as:
Crashes involving ADAS are highly complex and contentious. Victims will need to go up against huge corporations and their insurers, which will do everything they can to avoid giving them the compensation they deserve.
If it happened to you, our San Diego injury lawyers have the resources to conduct an independent investigation into the incident. This will include gathering any evidence needed to prove liability, ensuring that your injuries are properly documented, and handling negotiations with the companies involved. If they refuse to settle for maximum compensation, an attorney can file a civil personal injury lawsuit and prepare the case for trial.
The San Diego car crash attorneys at CaseyGerry have recovered billions of dollars on behalf of our clients who have suffered severe injuries or lost loved ones.
Our team believes in individual and corporate responsibility, and we are prepared to stand up to carmakers whose design failures have led to crashes, injuries, and wrongful death.
If our attorneys agree to represent you, we’ll need to prove that the manufacturer of the vehicle and/or the ADAS technology is responsible for the crash and your injuries. Proving liability means gathering evidence. This can include:
If necessary, we will work with accident reconstruction experts who can use the evidence gathered and computer technology to put together 3D renderings to determine what happened.
We take a client-centered approach with every case. Our responsive team is available to answer your questions, address concerns, and explain next steps. We work on a contingency fee basis. This means that our clients do not pay any legal fees until after we successfully recover compensation for them.
If you or a family member has been injured in an accident involving a vehicle with ADAS, such as Telsa, it’s critical to contact an attorney as soon as possible. At CaseyGerry, our attorneys have extensive experience standing up to huge corporations and holding them accountable for letting people get hurt. Call or contact us for a free consultation at (619) 238-1811.