When AI Goes Wrong: Suing Self-Driving Car Manufacturers

Self-driving cars have promised a future of safer and more efficient transportation. However, as this technology evolves, there is a growing concern about what happens when AI-controlled vehicles go wrong.


While self-driving cars have the potential to reduce accidents, there are still circumstances in which individuals might have legal grounds to sue self-driving car manufacturers for accidents or defects. This blog will delve into these

Navigating Auto Accidents in Florida and Seeking Compensation


Auto accidents can be terrifying and life-altering events that leave victims with physical injuries, emotional distress, and financial burdens. Like any other state, Florida witnesses its share of road accidents due to heavy traffic, weather conditions, and driver negligence. If you are involved in an auto accident in Florida, knowing your rights and the steps to take to seek compensation for your losses is essential.

No Brake Lights — Can a Rear-End Collision Be Your Fault in Florida?

When most people rear-end the car in front of them, they assume the fault lies with them. However, there are some situations where this isn’t the case, such as the car in front of you failing to have proper brake lights signaling their stop.


Is it all your fault when you’re involved in a collision with a car with no brake lights? The laws in

The Most Common Thanksgiving Injuries in FL


Thanksgiving conjures visions of roast turkey and stuffing, cranberry sauce, and watching football as you recover from your food coma. Most people don’t associate Thanksgiving with injuries, but they happen more often than you think.


In reality, Thanksgiving and other holidays show an increase in accidents occurring for various reasons. If you were involved in any of these accidents over the holiday – or

What To Do When Hit By an Uninsured Driver in FL

Florida is a state with a lot of cars on the road. And while drivers are required to carry insurance, it’s not uncommon to be involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault with a driver who has no insurance.


If you were involved in a motor vehicle crash with an uninsured driver, it can be complicated to recover any compensation. But with the help

If Someone Wrecks Your Car in FL, Can You Be Sued?

Most people realize they’re responsible for what happens in their car when they’re behind the wheel. But what happens if you loan your car to another person, and they get in an accident? Are you liable?


It’s a good question. And Florida’s complex insurance and liability laws don’t make the answer as straightforward as one might hope. Here is what you need to know about