Injured In A Ride-Sharing Auto Accident? You Have Options.

Whether you need to run an errand, seeking a ride after a party, or looking for transportation from the airport — more and more individuals today are reaching out to Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing services in lieu of a traditional taxi.

But, like any other motor vehicle, accidents occur and passengers are injured. Given this relatively newfound way of transport, many people injured in accidents caused by those driving for ride-sharing entities are left wondering what they can do and what their options are.

Actions You Can Take As An Injured Party

Under the law, rideshare services, like Uber and Lyft, are required to carry a minimum amount of liability insurance if an accident were to occur and injure a passenger.

As such, you may be able to file a claim against the driver's auto insurance or through the ride-sharing company directly. However, the laws, rules and procedures regarding this newfound area are still emerging — and thus can result in unnecessary confusion and stress for you.

At Law Office of Gregory Chancy, we can help.

Let Us Handle The Details

If you or a loved one was a passenger riding in a ride-sharing vehicle and sustained injuries in a Lyft accident, our auto accident attorneys can help you navigate the process and help you file a claim against the appropriate party.

Unlike other personal injury lawyers, we will fight to get you maximum compensation. If an insurance company refuses to offer an acceptable settlement to pay for ALL expenses relating to your injuries, we will take your case to court. Our attorneys are experienced litigators and have handled cases just like yours for injured parties in Marietta, Georgia, and throughout northern Atlanta.

Call To Set Up A Consult Today

Contact our office via phone at 770-628-1204, or email to set up a free consultation. All initial meetings are free and we never pressure you to take up our services. Our goal is to provide you with honest advice about your situation so you can make an informed decision about how to move forward with your claim.

Open Saturdays. Home Or Hospital Visits Provided.

Beware of quick settlement offers from insurance companies, as many offers include provision that prevent injured parties from pursuing any further legal action. Do not sign anything before seeking guidance from a lawyer at our office.