By Your Side After Your Rideshare Accident
Rideshare companies are not shy when it comes to boasting about the positive impact that their services have on the customers and their drivers. Whether you live in Illinois or Arizona, it’s likely that you have benefitted from the on-demand driving services that Lyft, Uber and other rideshare companies offer. Unfortunately, it’s also likely that you’ve heard of motor vehicle accidents involving these services, too.
Rideshare companies aren’t only assertive about praising their services. They take an aggressive stance in personal injury matters as well. If you or a loved one has been hurt in a rideshare crash, you need a legal team that is ready to go toe-to-toe with these entities. Our attorneys at Levin, Riback & Adelman have the legal skill and dedication to take your personal injury case – and win.
Call us at 312-815-7383 today to get the experienced and tireless representation you deserve. We offer free consultations, so you have nothing to lose.
How We Can Help You
Serious car accident claims are rarely easy to resolve without an experienced attorney by your side. After an accident, you may take the appropriate steps to secure evidence and contact the police about the crash. Unfortunately, it isn’t enough to take these actions. Incidents involving rideshare vehicles add another layer of complexity to this personal injury issue.
In order to secure compensation, you’ll need to establish that a negligent party is responsible for the injuries that you have suffered. You’ll also need to file a claim with the correct insurance company and understand which type of policy covers your claim. Neither of these tasks is easy as it seems because:
- If your driver is classified as an independent contractor, it can be difficult to determine whether to file a claim with the driver’s personal insurance company or the rideshare’s insurance provider.
- The rideshare company’s insurance may offer different types of coverage based on when the accident occurred. For example, you may be entitled to a lower level of compensation if you were involved in a rideshare accident before your fare was accepted. If your fare was accepted and you were hurt en route to your destination, you could be entitled to a higher level of compensation.
There are other factors that can affect your outcome as well. This is where we come in. Our lawyers are well-versed in rideshare insurance policies. They know how to build strong arguments. They are equipped to negotiate fair settlements or fight for full compensation in Illinois or Arizona courtrooms.
When you are recovering from a catastrophic motor vehicle accident involving a rideshare vehicle, you should not face these problems alone. Turn to our team at Levin, Riback & Adelman and get a knowledgeable, aggressive legal ally in your corner.
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Have you received a payout offer from an insurance company for your rideshare accident? Talk to us before you sign anything! You may be entitled to more compensation than you realize.