It’s a proposition that once seemed like a science fiction plot, but self-driving cars are fast becoming a viable method of transportation. And, en route to becoming mainstream, they’re reshaping the world of car crash litigation.

That’s according to Davis Goldman partner Aaron Davis in Miami, who said he anticipates a move away from the rear-end and car defect cases personal injury attorneys have come to know.

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