The increase in ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft has countless advantages for people who require a simple and easy way to arrange a ride, whether it be to the office, an evening out on the town, or for virtually any purpose. In Miami and across the country, these services are extremely popular and are provided through companies such as Uber and Lyft. They furnish the efficiency of scheduling a ride through a smart phone app. It is usually faster and easier to book a ride with these providers compared to a traditional taxi cab service.There are many drivers on call, even more so on the weekends and in the heavily trafficked Miami metro area, creating a surge in accidents involving Lyft and Uber vehicles. These transportation services do not possess the same insurance that a traditional taxi service is required to have in place. This deficiency of insurance protection may mean that an individual as a rider could be taking significant risks while using these services if harmed in an automobile accident.
Ride Share businesses such as Lyft and Uber are entrusted with the rider's security at all times and have a responsibility to its passengers. The automobile drivers from Uber and Lyft are required to follow safety rules and assure conditions are safe, meaning ongoing maintenance, making sure the car is functioning correctly and making sure the driver’s skills meet the requirements of the law. Unfortunately, repeatedly we have observed and dealt with Lyft and Uber vehicle operators getting into negligent vehicle accidents. The affected individuals of the negligent Uber or Lyft driver endure the consequences, and this shouldn't happen. That is the reason why our attorneys with background in Uber and Lyft will help you, offer you those solutions available to you, and hold the liable person/persons accountable for their irresponsible actions. Our law firm’s goal is to represent you in your accident case and skillfully protect your rights.One of the biggest points of contention in the dispute remained insurance. The legislators and general public wondered who might be responsible when:-An Lyft or Uber automobile harmed another driver, motorcyclist, passenger, pedestrian, or bicyclist.-A rider who was harmed in a Uber or Lyft rideshare vehicle because of the fault of a motorist who turned out to be either uninsured or underinsured.-A Lyft or Uber vehicle operator was injured or maimed by an uninsured driver.These ride-sharing businesses answered the concern by making sure that they had insurance policy coverage with $1,000,000 caps. Uber and Lyft guaranteed that in case one of their drivers injured another driver, pedestrian or vehicle driver while they were rendering a rideshare service, then the Lyft or Uber operator was covered for 1 million dollars.They also assured that if a rider was hurt as an Lyft or Uber client as a consequence of the mistake of an uninsured driver, then Uber and Lyft would provide, $1,000,000 in uninsured or underinsured motorist insurance coverage. Essentially, a Lyft or Uber rider with personal injuries caused by a car accident with anyone who was uninsured or underinsured would have $1,000,000 in insurance available to reimburse for personal injuries and losses.
The laws relating to Uber and Lyft motorists and their insurance providers are still changing and developing. Even so, that doesn't preclude the simple fact that an injured passenger gives up their right to proper care and just reimbursement for their injuries. To maintain your interests if seriously injured during a ride-share, contacting an attorney is important. Do not let big insurance companies to exploit you. There are options, and you have legal rights when you are the unfortunate victim of a rideshare incident.
A comparative negligence state, such as Florida, ensures that an unfortunate victim of an automobile accident will hold the accountable individual liable for the proportion they were at fault for the collision. In the case of Lyft and Uber auto accidents, either the contracted operator or the business may be considered responsible for the vehicle accident, determined by the different circumstances.As the unfortunate victim of any type of auto accident, you are allowed to bring a legal claim for damages which encompasses the following:Medical expensesPhysical therapy feesProperty damagesLost incomeFuture incomePain and sufferingAn experienced personal injury legal representative will help you to determine the total amount of compensation you are eligible to collect.
If you sustain personal injuries as a ridesharing rider, who must compensate you for your personal injuries, medical bills, and lost income?The good news is that ridesharing motorists are compelled to maintain their own individual driver's insurance protection. Lyft and Uber also supply you with up to $1,000,000 in coverage for underinsured, or uninsured motorists.The bad news is that getting in touch with a rideshare service like, Lyft or Uber to file a legal claim can be difficult. It is harder yet to get them accept any liability and compensate you for injuries.Don’t let a ride-share business like Lyft or Uber hinder your claim; a legal professional is able to negotiate for your benefit.
Your ridesharing driver is an freelance service provider, not an Lyft or Uber employee. Consequently, ride-share businesses attempt to avoid any financial obligation. Filing suit against the app service might not render a beneficial outcome.Injured individuals must attempt to recoup from the vehicle owner individually. In the majority of collisions, the insurance plan of the party who is to blame covers the damages. However, in ridesharing lawsuits, things are not as simple.
You will require a skilled attorney that will handle your case and advocate for your complete financial recovery. If injured in a rideshare car accident, thorough, careful organization for litigation is essential to winning your case against Uber, Lyft, or even any other ride sharing service. If you have suffered a serious accidental injury or a friend or family member died as a result of this kind of accident, you should make contact with our firm to talk over your case.