GJEL Accident Attorneys is a personal injury law firm that specializes in complex serious injury cases such as Tesla Accidents. GJEL offers free Tesla accident case evaluations for our clients.

Self-driving car technology is new and it creates questions about who is responsible if there is an accident involving a self-driving car.

If you have been injured in a Tesla or other self-driving car accident contact GJEL Accident Attorneys today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation. GJEL can help you get your life back to normal by working with the insurance companies to get you the compensation you deserve. You may be eligible for compensation for:

  • Medical Bills
  • Loss of work
  • Pain & suffering
  • Lifelong disability

In some cases, the liability for the accident may be upon the manufacturer who offers the software and hardware. These personal injury cases are not as clean cut as an accident with clear and proveable liability. That’s why you need an experienced law firm to help with a complicated case.

At GJEL we know the answers to big cases are in the details and that’s why we invest substantial resources to prove liability in these cases. This means investing in resources such as:

  • Complete accident reconstruction
  • Hiring expert witnesses on Tesla Cars

If you think you may have a case contact GJEL today for a free, no obligation case evaluation.

About Tesla Cars & Accident Liability

Tesla is the manufacturer of three major vehicles including the Tesla Model S , Tesla Model X , and Tesla Model 3. The all-electric cars have recently come under scrutiny due to their Autopilot feature which they say provides “Full Self-Driving Hardware on All Cars”. It’s no secret that there are many auto accidents across the US every day, many of which are caused due to distracted driving. This feature was created to help make the roads safer, but who is responsible for an accident?

When a normal person is driving a car and causes an accident they may be held liable for civil damages. But what happens when the software or hardware in the car is negligent and causes the accident? If someone is seriously injured or killed in this case, the liability may fall on the manufacturer of the cars.

Major Accidents Involving Tesla Cars

March 24, 2018 – Wrongful death Tesla Model X crash in Mountain View, California. Tesla vs. Median on highway.

June 20, 2017 – Wrongful death, Tesla vs. Tractor Trailer