Determining Liability Is No Longer Black and White. These 3 Macro Trends Are Blurring the Line
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A distracted driver rear-ends the car stopped in front of him at a red light. Who’s at fault?
Ten years ago, the immediate answer would be, “The distracted driver, of course.” But what if that driver was distracted by a text message from his boss regarding a high-priority project? What if the car was in autonomous mode? What if the driver was drowsy because he’s a delivery worker at the end of a 14-hour shift? Is someone else to blame?
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