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Senate Approved Autonomous Car Legislation, But Are We Ready for Self-Driving Cars?

Posted on October 17th, 2017
By Taos Injury Lawyers

The United States Senate Commerce Committee approved a bill in January 2017 that expedites the process of putting autonomous cars on the road. But, many Americans don’t think we’re ready for this type of technology. A recent study shows that a majority of those polled in the U.S. worry about the safety of driverless vehicles. […]

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Can Social Media Have An Effect On Your Personal Injury Case?

Posted on October 10th, 2017
By Taos Injury Lawyers

As social media becomes an increasingly larger part of our lives, we may want to consider how others interpret our social media posts. This is especially relevant if one is involved as a suspect in criminal or civil legal case. In particular, anyone going through a personal injury lawsuit should be aware that people are […]

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Who Is Insured To Drive Your Car?

Posted on August 21st, 2017
By Taos Injury Lawyers

Big life changes like getting married, starting a business, or moving in with a companion can demand a lot time and energy, so it’s easy to forget how these may impact something as mundane as car insurance. However, it’s important to know who is and isn’t covered by your policy. Some insurance companies are stricter […]

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Self-Driving Cars Get Government Support

Posted on June 19th, 2017
By Taos Injury Lawyers

Auto regulators at the national level recently announced they believe our roads would be safer with more self-driving cars. Machines over men when it comes to safer highways is what they’re betting on, and the statements made during the latter part of 2016 were the most aggressive we’ve seen from federal regulators. The government’s support […]

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Do You Live In A No-Fault State? What Does No-Fault Mean, Anyway?

Posted on June 16th, 2017
By Taos Injury Lawyers

Determining who is at fault for an auto accident can be tricky; when fault is in dispute, it often leads to litigation and delays in awarding damages. In the 1970s, several states decided to pass legislation that introduced no-fault car insurance, which is intended to help simplify fault determinations and avoid litigation for minor injuries. […]

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