What Are Self-Driving Cars?

Self-driving or autonomous vehicles use advanced sensors, machine learning, and algorithms to operate without human intervention. While they promise safer roads, this technology is not perfect and these vehicles are not without risks, especially when defects occur. If you’ve been injured due to a defective autonomous vehicle, Clark Fountain is your go-to legal expert for seeking justice.

Why Choose Clark Fountain for Autonomous Vehicle Injuries?

Navigating the legal complexities of defective self-driving cars requires specialized expertise. Clark Fountain specializes in autonomous vehicle accident cases, offering unparalleled legal representation to secure your rights and the compensation you deserve.

Types of Autonomous Vehicles and Their Risks

Level 1: Automated Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

Automated Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) offer basic features like lane-keeping and adaptive cruise control. However, defects such as sensor failures or software glitches can lead to accidents. If you’ve been injured due to an ADAS malfunction, Clark Fountain can assist you in gathering evidence and building a strong case.

Level 2: Partial Automation

Partial automation systems like Tesla’s Autopilot control steering and speed but require human oversight. Defective sensors or algorithms can lead to catastrophic outcomes. Clark Fountain helps you understand your rights and the manufacturer’s liabilities, guiding you through the legal process.

Level 3: Conditional Automation

Conditional automation vehicles can handle most driving tasks but may require human intervention in complex situations. The main risk here is the “handoff” problem, where the vehicle may not give the driver adequate time to take over. Clark Fountain leverages its deep understanding of technology and law to represent you effectively.

Level 4 and Level 5: High to Full Automation

These vehicles can operate without human intervention but are susceptible to software, hardware, and cybersecurity defects. If you’ve been a victim, Clark Fountain can help you navigate the complex legal landscape of high to full automation vehicle defects.

Determining Liability in Defective Autonomous Vehicle Cases

Determining liability in defective self-driving car cases is complex. Clark Fountain has the experience to hold manufacturers accountable and secure the compensation you deserve.

Common Defects in Autonomous Vehicles

Software Glitches

Software glitches can range from minor bugs to catastrophic failures, affecting the vehicle’s ability to interpret sensor data or make driving decisions. Clark Fountain specializes in investigating software glitches in autonomous vehicles, working closely with forensic experts to build a compelling case.

Hardware Failures

Hardware components like sensors and processors are crucial for autonomous vehicles. A failure in these components can lead to accidents. Clark Fountain collaborates with engineering experts to identify hardware failures and establish liability.

Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

Autonomous vehicles are susceptible to cybersecurity threats like hacking and data breaches. Clark Fountain has a dedicated team that understands the intricacies of cybersecurity vulnerabilities in autonomous vehicles, working to hold manufacturers accountable for any negligence.

Handling Unexpected Situations

Self-driving cars may struggle to handle uncommon or unexpected situations, leading to accidents. Clark Fountain takes a multi-faceted approach to investigate these cases, building a strong case to secure your rights and compensation.

Contact Clark Fountain for Expert Legal Representation

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries due to a defective autonomous vehicle, don’t navigate the legal complexities alone. Contact Clark Fountain, your trusted Self-Driving Car Injury Lawyers, to protect your rights and get the justice you deserve.