By: Justin Fine, Esquire
The commercial application of drones is increasing. Drones are being used to fight forest fires, for commercial agriculture, and to deliver medical supplies to remote areas.
Insurance companies are also increasingly using drones, which can be useful for capturing evidence during the claims process. However, there are plenty of pitfalls in using drones, including the admissibility of evidence during litigation. Further, the legal landscape for drones is changing all the time. The States and the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) are rapidly issuing new laws and regulations.