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  • The Liability of Self-Driving Vehicles

    On March 18, 2018, an Uber autonomous vehicle struck and killed a woman crossing a dark street in Tempe, Arizona. In early May 2018, a self-driving minivan of Waymo was involved in a crash in Chandler, Arizona. The first known fatality from an autonomous vehicle came in 2016 when one of Tesla’s autonomous vehicles failed to sense a tractor-trailer crossing the highway near Williston, Florida. In ...
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  • Washington Court Holds Individual Insurance Adjusters Can Be Liable for Acting in Bad Faith

    A Washington court of appeals recently held “that an individual employee insurance adjuster can be liable for bad faith and a violation of the CPA,” according to Keodalah et al. v. Allstate Ins. Co., et al. , No. 75731-8-I (Wash. Ct. App. Mar. 26, 2018). The issue needed to be settled as there was a split among federal judges about whether non-insurer entities were exempt from bad faith and CPA ...
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