Thousands of Tesla drivers began testing an early beta version of the company's Autopilot feature in the fall of 2020. Though the company claims the "full self-Car With an Automatic Driver Programdriving" system can change lanes, navigate roads, and stop for traffic signals, the technology isn't truly autonomous, as it still requires "active driver supervision."

Between motorists actively misusing the feature and glitches that cause some vehicles to senselessly swerve around semi-trucks or attempt to drive directly into concrete walls, Tesla Autopilot can cause or contribute to serious crashes. If you were hurt in an accident caused by a Tesla driver using this feature, you may be entitled to compensation for a wide range of damages, such as:

  • Medical expenses
  • Property damages
  • Lost wages
  • Lost earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Reduced quality of life
  • Other losses

However, Georgia's personal injury laws can be complex, which can make recovering fair compensation challenging. Fortunately, you've come to the right firm for help.

At Rechtman & Spevak, our knowledgeable and experienced Atlanta injury lawyers help accident victims fight for—and recover—the compensation they deserve. After a Tesla crash, we'll investigate to determine the cause, as well as identify the potentially liable parties. Then we'll get to work building a strong case for damages. Throughout the process, we'll handle all the communication with the at-fault party's insurance company or legal team, helping you avoid tricks and traps intended to undermine your claim. You focus on recovering physically, while we work to help you recover financially.

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Contact us to request a free, no-obligation initial consultation, and someone from our firm will reach out to discuss the details of your case. We'll help you understand your rights and options, and work with you to develop a personalized legal strategy.