Rideshare applications, such as Uber and Lyft are convenient, inexpensive, and safe transportation services that have become progressively popular in Boston and Providence as well as surrounding communities. Unfortunately, the rise in use of these applications translates into an increase in the number of accidents involving automobiles driving for Uber and Lyft. The Rhode Island personal injury lawyers and Massachusetts personal injury lawyers at The Law Offices of Gregory J. Schadone, Ltd have a great deal of experience in cases involving rideshare accidents ensuring the maximum compensation available. We have carved a niche in our firm to effectively address specific issues that with rideshare accident cases.
Uber and Lyft make becoming a rideshare driver almost as easy as obtaining a ride with their minimum requirements and lack of training for drivers. This leaves rideshare passengers and others at risk of being involved in an accident with a rideshare driver.
If injured in a crash with an Uber or Lyft driver, you are be entitled to fair and just compensation. Accidents involving rideshare drivers are different, as the driver is working for a corporation which may also be responsible for your damages, pain and suffering. Uber and Lyft endorse commercial liability insurance for injured third party accident victims and also require their drivers to carry personal automobile coverage. Many rideshare drivers carry policies with minimal limits. However, injury victims can recover their deserved compensation if the rideshare corporation can be held responsible. Our Rhode Island personal injury attorneys and Massachusetts personal injury attorneys use their knowledge of personal injury law and the laws specific to ridesharing companies and drivers to ensure that you get the highest compensation for your injuries and damages as possible.
We know Uber and Lyft accident can be complicated, and our experienced car accident attorneys will navigate you through the complex issues by investigating and gathering evidence crucial to establish liability. There is no fee unless successful and the no charge for a consultation.