The surge in ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft has some strengths for those who want a quick way to arrange a trip, whether it be to work, an afternoon out on the town, or for any other purpose. In Miami and across the country, these service providers are incredibly popular and are available through companies such as Uber and Lyft. They offer the advantage of arranging a ride via a cell phone app. It is usually faster and simpler to arrange a ride with these services compared to a traditional taxi cab service.There are numerous drivers on call, particularly on weekends and in the popular Miami metro vicinity, leading to an uptick in incidents involving Lyft and Uber vehicles. These transportation service providers do not have the same insurance coverage that a traditional taxi service is required to have in place. This lack of insurance policy coverage can potentially mean that you as a passenger might be taking significant risks while using these services if injured in an automobile accident.
Transporting service providers such as Lyft and Uber are vested with the rider's well-being without exception and have a responsibility to its passengers. The automobile drivers from Lyft and Uber are required to observe safety guidelines and ensure conditions are safe, meaning day to day maintenance, making sure the automobile is functioning properly and making sure the operator's skills meet the requirements of the law. Regardless, time and time again we have observed and dealt with Lyft and Uber vehicle operators causing negligent vehicle traffic accidents. The affected individuals of the culpable Uber or Lyft operator bear the consequences, and this shouldn't happen. That is the reason why our attorneys with expertise in Lyft and Uber will help you, give you those solutions available to you, and hold the liable party responsible for their irresponsible actions. Our law firm’s mission is to handle your case and skillfully fight for your interests.Amongst the main points of contention in the dispute was insurance. The lawmakers and general public speculated who should be liable when:-An Uber or Lyft automobile harmed another motorist, motorcyclist, passenger, pedestrian, or bicyclist.-A individual who was hurt in a Lyft or Uber rideshare vehicle due to 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 rideshare providers answered the challenge by guaranteeing that they had insurance policy coverage with 1 million in insurance caps. Uber and Lyft guaranteed that if one of their drivers hurt another driver, pedestrian or motorist while they were providing a ride sharing service, then the Uber or Lyft driver was insured for 1 million dollars.They also promised that if a rider was injured as an Lyft or Uber user as a result of the negligence of an uninsured driver, then Lyft and Uber would provide, 1 million dollars in uninsured or underinsured motorist insurance coverage. Essentially, a Lyft or Uber rider with personal injuries as a result of a crash with somebody who was uninsured or underinsured will have one million dollars in insurance accessible to compensate for injuries and losses.
The legislation relating to Lyft and Uber vehicle operators and their insurance agencies are always changing and developing. However, that doesn't preclude the certainty that an injured passenger gives up their right to proper care and just compensation for their losses. To protect your concerns if seriously injured during a rideshare, contacting an attorney is crucial. Do not allow big insurance providers to exploit you. There are options, and you have protection under the law when you are the victim of a ride-share car accident.
A comparative negligence state, like Florida, assures that an unfortunate victim of an automobile accident will hold the accountable individual accountable for the amount they were at fault for the accident. When it comes to Uber and Lyft accidents, either the independent driver or the company might be deemed accountable for the car accident, determined by the unique circumstances.As the unfortunate victim of any type of car crash, you are entitled to file a legal claim for losses which includes the following:Medical costsPhysical therapy expensesProperty damageLost wagesFuture wagesPain and sufferingAn experienced personal injury attorney will assist you to establish the total amount of compensation you are entitled to collect.
If you suffer injuries as a ride-share rider, who must compensate you for your personal injuries, medical fees, and lost wages?The upside is that rideshare drivers are compelled to maintain their own individual driver's insurance coverage. Lyft and Uber also offer up to $1 million dollars in insurance coverage for underinsured, or uninsured car owners.The not so good news is that communicating with a ridesharing company such as, Lyft or Uber to submit a claim might be difficult. It is harder yet to have them recognize any accountability and compensate you for damages.Don’t let a ride-share company such as Uber or Lyft hinder your claim; a legal professional is able to advocate for your benefit.
Your ridesharing vehicle owner is an freelance contractor, not an Uber or Lyft employee. This means that, ride-share businesses attempt to avoid any liability. Suing the app business may not produce a positive result.Injured individuals must try to recover from the driver as an individual. In the majority of collisions, the insurance plan of the party who is culpable handles the losses. But, in ride-share cases, issues are not as simple.
You need to have a knowledgeable law firm that will represent you and advocate for your complete financial restoration. If injured in a rideshare crash, comprehensive, careful organization for litigation is important to winning your case against Uber, Lyft, or even another ride sharing provider. If you have sustained a serious accidental injury or a friend or family member was killed because of this kind of automobile accident, you should make contact with our firm to talk over your claim.