Uber & Lyft Accident Attorney
As ride sharing applications continue to become more popular so do the corresponding accidents resulting from taking rides from these services. The ride sharing phenomenon may have made getting around town more convenient and easier, but if you are involved in an accident you may not find getting assistance as simple. In Las Vegas, Hale Injury Law offers assistance to victims involving ride sharing companies, such as Uber and Lyft.
Uber & Lyft Accident Victim Assistance
At Hale Injury Law our firm is experienced at taking larger corporations head-on, and when you find yourself to be the victim of a ride sharing company, such as Uber or Lyft, you may find yourself in unfamiliar territory. Our staff is well versed on the ins-and-outs of representing those injured in collisions or accidents as the passengers in or not-at-fault-driver of another vehicle involved in the accident. Their legal team deals with the incidents on a daily basis, and will make every attempt at guiding you in the way that gives them the most benefit. Don’t be fooled by their tactics, contact the skilled counsel on our team to get you the compensation you deserve.
Facts About Uber & Lyft Auto Collisions
These popular ride sharing applications have a combined worth well over a billion dollars, and as such they cover their drivers with $1 million policy in liability and in uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. When you compare this to the typical Las Vegas driver with state-mandated minimum coverage of $15,000 in only injury liability, there is a considerable more worth fighting over, and their insurance will fight. As the not-at-fault party of an accident you may be entitled to compensation for medical costs, lost income, and pain and suffering following an incident.
It is important to have the proper legal representation on your side to ensure that you receive what you are entitled, and don’t get bullied by their team. You may be awarded significant compensation if you fall into one of the following categories:
You are a motorist or passenger injured in a collision where a ride sharing driver was at fault.
You are a ride sharing driver injured in an incident where another motorist was at fault.
You are an injured passenger in a ride sharing vehicle, regardless of who was at fault.