If you want to dive down into the details of what is autonomous, you’ll see the one through five scale with the levels of autonomy, including five being the most autonomous.
Whiplash injuries, which are painful, sometimes do not develop until a few days after the accident. Sometimes the stress and chaos of an accident gets the adrenaline going so high that you don’t even realize you’ve been injured.
You take the chance when you sign a release that you know what you’re releasing. Is it the claim just from that accident or perhaps it is all claims involved with the other driver. Maybe there were other claims unrelated to the accident.
Oftentimes, when people are involved in an accident, the adrenaline and the stress of the moment causes people to leave their vehicle, speak with the other driver and automatically admit that they were at fault and apologize.
Oftentimes at the scene of an accident, the adrenaline rush will be so significant that you won’t even realize that you actually are in pain.
After an accident, some people’s tendency is to not want to call the police, fearing that their insurance premiums will go up if their company finds out.
If you were in an a car accident, document the scene. Photograph everything, your car, their car, yourself, if there were any injuries, if there are injuries to the other people involved in the accident, the other driver or the passenger. Take photographs of the scene surrounding the accident.
Before giving a statement either to your insurance company or the other driver’s insurance company you should contact an attorney.
After a car accident, do not, not see a doctor or a medical provider if you believe you’re injured, or if you are injured
Hello, my name is Gregg Goldfarb. I am an attorney in Miami, Florida. I’ve been practicing law for 25+ years. Personal injury, insurance claims, mass torts.
Most insurance companies have policies that require that you cooperate. What does that mean? You might have to give a statement over the phone, a recorded statement. Some insurance policies require that you actually give an examination under oath.
If you slip and fall, you need to speak with someone at the premises, someone that works at the store, perhaps the manager, and identify exactly what happened.
Sometimes people say, “Gregg, why did you become a lawyer?” And, basically, the beginning of my decision to become a lawyer started in college.