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Is there a recall on your tesla vehicle? Have you been injured because of a Tesla Autopilot? You may be entitled to compensation.

In the event of a Tesla autopilot crash, the immediate priority is to call 911 for medical assistance if there are any injuries. Seeking medical attention is crucial, even if you feel okay, as shock can obscure initial symptoms. Documenting the scene of the crash and preserving details can be valuable for potential legal claims. Record information such as the extent of damages, license plates of other involved vehicles, phone numbers of potential witnesses, nearby road signs, and prevailing weather and road conditions. Texting yourself a record of the incident is advisable while your memory is fresh.

Owners of Teslas with autopilot or self-driving features may be entitled to compensation through a Tesla self-driving lawsuit, irrespective of prior accidents.

Between July 2021 and June 2022, there were 273 reported Tesla autopilot or self-driving crashes, according to data released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

If you own a Tesla equipped with autopilot or self-driving capabilities, you may qualify to participate in a class-action lawsuit against Tesla. This eligibility extends even if you did not experience an accident or utilize the driver assistance features, as you may have paid for functionalities that may not perform as advertised.

In February 2023, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration urged Tesla to recall vehicles equipped with an experimental driver-assistance software called Full Self-Driving Beta due to safety concerns. Tesla voluntarily initiated a recall on February 16, 2023.

Issues identified with the FSD Beta system include:

-Inability to identify changes in speed limits
-Failure to come to a complete stop at stop signs
-Proceeding through intersections with stale yellow lights
-Traveling straight while in a turn-only lane

Tesla vehicles potentially affected by the recall include the Model 3, Model S, Model X, and Model Y. Tesla plans to remotely update vehicles utilizing this system through an over-the-air software update.

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