ride share

If you are riding in an Uber or Lyft, and you get into an accident, things can get complicated.

Uber and Lyft have insurance
for their drivers. However,
that insurance requires that
the drivers have the app
turned on, while also
indicating that they are
on an active trip.

If the Uber or Lyft driver is not showing that they are on an active trip, then the liability for the accident falls on the driver’s personal insurance.

This red-tape is one of the ways that Uber and Lyft car accidents become complicated. You don’t want to be stuck in the middle of this confusion — trying to figure out whether you should be contacting the rideshare company, the driver, the rideshare company’s insurance, or the driver’s insurance.

benefit of a ride share accident attorney

Having a ride-share accident attorney by your side, will not only help you determine who is liable faster, but aid you in holding the liable party accountable.

If you are hurt in a ride-share vehicle accident, you need an attorney to fight for you to get the compensation you deserve. Call our office today, to discuss your case.