Would Most Americans Sue the Driverless Car That Hit Them?

A study by J.D. Power and law firm Miller Canfield revealed that more than half of Americans say they would pursue legal action if they were injured in a collision with a fully autonomous vehicle operating without a driver or steering wheel. The research — commissioned before a self-driving Uber Technologies Inc. sport utility vehicle killed a pedestrian — found “Gen Z” drivers, or those born between 1995 and 2004, were the most certain about their decisions to file litigation.

 For more about the study, click here https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-03-21/who-d-sue-the-driverless-car-that-hit-you-most-of-us-chart