This program is an excerpt from Car Crash Symposium 2022.
Motorized electric transportation has become an increasingly popular way to get around as part of the “vehicle sharing” revolution. E-bikes and e-scooters boast a lower carbon footprint than traditional transportation and many cities have embraced shared mobility. But as the popularity of e-transportation vehicles rises, so do injuries and deaths associated with their use.
The law has not kept up with the technology or the demand for e-transportation, leaving open many questions about liability and insurance coverage when injuries occur. Plus, there are currently no statutes or jury instructions addressing many issues associated with e-transportation. With an imminent increase in related litigation, now is a great time to learn ways to approach e-transportation injury cases.
Expand your practice to encompass e-transportation litigation with help from Modern Electric Transportation: Cutting Edge Crash and Insurance Issues. Explore the questions surrounding:
- Where e-bikes and e-scooters are allowed to operate
- The relative rights of way for e-transportation vehicles
- What insurance policies cover e-transportation
- Potential claims against municipalities
Plus, you’ll discuss the future of liability for injuries involving driverless cars. Position yourself to take on e-transportation cases and be on the forefront of this novel area of litigation by attending Modern Electric Transportation: Cutting Edge Crash and Insurance Issues.