In today’s evolving technological world, you see people utilizing smartphone apps to do banking, ordering food, answering emails and messages, and even hailing a ride. Uber and Lyft have exploded in popularity within only the last eight years or so. What people sometimes neglect to think about is what to do if you are injured in an Uber or Lyft accident.
Between 2017 and 2018 alone, there were 97 fatal crashes involving either Uber or Lyft vehicles. In those 97 accidents, 107 people were killed with 21% being passengers and 58% is drivers.
The attorneys at Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C., have a team dedicated to helping you or a loved one who may have been involved in a ridesharing accident, whether you were driving or not. The Suffolk Uber and Lyft accident attorneys are familiar with these types of cases and work hard to succeed for you. Call our office at 757-517-8956 or visit us online to schedule a consultation if you’ve been injured in a rideshare accident.
The moment anyone is to attain their driver’s license they are well aware that driving requires full undivided attention. As much as it is drilled into our heads that we must not subject ourselves to distracted driving it is all but inevitable. You see if every day if you actively drive on the roads. It is a worldwide problem that is known to have serious consequences for everyone involved whether you are driving and guilty of it, a passenger, or merely an innocent party member.
The following list shows the most common causes of Uber and Lyft rideshare accidents:
The list goes on. You can clearly see that a lot of factors are serious problems when it comes to the singlehandedly most important piece of advice of all, refrain from distractions while driving.
Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C. assigns our top Suffolk Uber and Lyft accident attorneys to those who have sustained broken or dislocated bones, severe lacerations or puncture wounds, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord trauma with paralysis, other neck or back injuries, and internal bleeding or internal organ damage after being involved with an accident on the road.
Did you or a loved one suffer an injury in a rideshare accident? Uber and Lyft have insurance policies in place to protect themselves and their drivers. However, you might need to fight for more compensation based on the severity of the injuries. Call Randall, Page & Bruch, P.C., at 757-517-8956 to schedule a consultation with a member of our team today. A Suffolk Uber and Lyft accident attorney is ready to fight for your right to compensation.