Atlanta Uber and Lyft Accident Attorneys

Compensation for Rideshare, Uber and Lyft Car Accidents

If you live in a major metropolitan like Atlanta, ridesharing services such as Lyft and Uber can be nothing short of revolutionary. Cheaper, faster, and easier to use than a traditional cab service, ridesharing companies have made getting around town a breeze. But, as with all things, if it seems to good to be true, it probably is. In fact, while this new technology connects drivers and riders in the blink of an eye, it does not account for any mishaps that may take place along the way. Anyone involved in an accident with an Uber or Lyft driver can find themselves taking a very complicated and costly trip.

If you have recently been involved in an Uber or Lyft accident, give the Atlanta car accident attorneys at Grant Law Offices a call today. We're committed to helping those who have been injured. You have legal options and we can help. To schedule a free consultation, call (866) 249-5513 or (404) 995-3955.

How Uber and Lyft Handle Accidents

But, what can be done? Unlike the taxi services of old, Uber and Lyft approach customer service and safety in a different manner. Currently, they do their best to remain at a distance from their users, their drivers, and the communities they serve. They do this by claiming their drivers aren't employees and that their service just connects people needing rides to drivers. This is a blatant attempt to shield themselves from any liability should an accident occur with one of their drivers.

Am I Covered in a Lyft or Uber Accident in Atlanta?

Ridesharing companies are a new concept to the road. Only in the past few years has the technology exploded, with such services now available in even modestly populated areas. As a result, many of the rule and laws governing such entities are rushing to catch up. This kind of clamor generates a great deal of confusion and frustration. There is no clearer example of this than in an Uber or Lyft driver’s insurance coverage.

In general, ridesharing providers look at their driver’s not as traditional employees, but third party contractors. In their view, the company is providing technology which enables a driver to seek out passengers. Unfortunately, as a result, both drivers and passengers can be left uncovered when an accident occurs. A parent company such as Uber or Lyft will fall back on the "non-employee" status of their driver and shield itself from any wrongdoing or potential coverage requirement. To determine whether your are covered by a driver’s insurance, the company policy or your own coverage, contact the Georgia personal injury lawyers at Grant Law Office.

Compensation Following an Atlanta Ridesharing Car Accident

The only way to get the compensation following an Uber or Lyft accident you need is with the help of a dedicated personal injury attorney. Depending on the damages you or a loved one have suffered, you could be pursue financial awards to cover:

  • Emergency medical transportation and attention
  • Extended hospital accommodations
  • Doctor’s fees and visits
  • Pain and suffering
  • Wrongful death
  • Loss of wages

Contact Our Georgia Uber and Lyft Accident Attorneys Today

Grant Law Office is ready to fight Uber or Lyft and their insurance companies. If you've been in an accident while riding an in one of their vehicle, or with one of their drivers, call us. Our Atlanta Uber car accident lawyers can be reached at (866) 249-5513 or (404) 995-3955.

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