Subrogation Arising from Autonomous Vehicle Claims

When:  Jul 16, 2024 from 14:00 to 15:00 (ET)

Over the next ten years, the growth of the autonomous vehicle market is expected to grow at an average rate of 35%, year over year, from $121.B (USD) to $2.35T. Some estimates suggest that by 2033, roughly one out of every three cars (i.e. 28.1%) will be Level 3 autonomous. With the ever expanding shift from manual vehicles to autonomous driving, subrogation professionals with benefit from efficient handling of these claims.

ROLAND S. KESKE, a Shareholder with Leahy, Eisenberg & Fraenkel (Chicago), has significant experience in subrogation and commerical litigation. He has authored and edited several articles published by the National Association of Subrogation Professionals, Chicago Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education. Roland has presented seminars to insurance company personnel, corporate entities, attorneys and industry groups on a variety of topics, including subrogation, online retailer - distributor liability, autonomous vehicles, automobile product liability, weather-related property damage, remote litigation, waiver, estoppel, bad faith, protective safeguard endorsements, condominium claims, premises liability, alternative dispute resolution, commercial contracts, civil settlements, statutory changes and residential construction defect claims. 

Roland is admitted to practice in the State of Illinois and State of Missouri as well as the United States District Courts for the Northern, Central and Southern Districts of Illinois, the Eastern and Western Districts of Missouri, the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana, the Eastern District of Michigan, the Western District of Oklahoma, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and The United States Supreme Court.


Mackenzie Haberman