In our auto accident law world, the first thing we need to determine is who is at fault for the collision? Will it be the cars fault? Or the drivers fault? Currently, these are all unknown areas that could change our laws. Auto insurance may change. One thing that generally comes with new technology is that there will always be some pros and some cons. The New York Times talks about some of these. One area they touch on is with the potential benefits to those with disabilities, up until now those with significant disabilities have always had to have someone else drive them, or more likely, use public transportation. These driverless vehicles might now provide a new sense of freedom and a way to get around for people that previously had to rely on public transportation. If these cars do all the work, then people who previously couldn’t drive, may see some real benefits here. Since the area is still developing, and there might be multiple people responsible for the damages incurred, if you are involved in an accident where you think some of these issues might come up, it would be important to contact an experienced Sacramento Injury Lawyer. You may still be able to seek compensation for any injuries you have sustained while driving this type of car. As always, please feel free to give us a call if you have any additional questions or concerns at phone (916) 962-2896. If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident, do not hesitate to contact a professional. Contact a skilled Folsom Car Accident Attorney at the law office of Travis Black Law. Let us help you.