SOUTHFIELD UBER AND LYFT ACCIDENT LAWYER
An accident that involves an Uber or Lyft vehicle can be more complicated than a regular car accident. This is because Rideshare accidents do not always clearly show who is reliable for the incident. Insurance for these personal vehicles that Uber and Lyft drivers use to transport others for a fee is not exactly the same as that for common vehicles that are not used to make money. The sad truth is plenty of Uber and Lyft drivers are not the safest individuals on the road, which leads to plenty of Rideshare-related car accidents. Luckily, Haque Legal is here to help in the aftermath of your Uber or Lyft accident in Southfield. After you have tended to your personal injuries and have contacted the police for an accident report, you need to call us. Our Southfield Uber and Lyft accident attorneys will carefully review the facts of your case and do everything in our power to obtain a considerable financial compensation claim to offset your losses in the Uber or Lyft accident.
Why Choose An Uber And Lyft Accident Attorney From Haque Legal?
Instead of assigning a single attorney to cases, we empower our legal team to collaborate for the best possible legal strategy a client may need. Our Southfield personal injury lawyers have successfully handled settlement claims and lawsuits pertaining to Uber and Lyft accidents for many years. Furthermore, Haque Legal and our auto accident team do not require a retainer fee, making it one less thing you have to worry about. We only get paid if your case results in a favorable court award or settlement.
$1,300,000 Insurance Benefits
The client lost control of their vehicle and crashed into a tree. As a result, they suffered a traumatic brain injury, herniated discs, lost wages, attendant care, replacement services, and ongoing case management.
$1,000,000 Personal Injury
The client suffered a brain injury, spinal disc injuries requiring surgery, knee replacement, severe and permanent disfigurement.
$650,000 Car Accident
A hit-and-run driver rear-ended the client. The client needed two spinal surgeries, post-operative physical therapy, injections, lost wages, and attendant care.
WHAT MAKES UBER AND LYFT ACCIDENTS COMPLICATED?
Unfortunately, the second a rideshare driver turns on their app to start work, any accident they may encounter becomes increasingly more convoluted and complicated. There is a common misconception that every rideshare driver has his or her own auto insurance that applies to all rideshare activities. Nevertheless, the insurance for Lyft and Uber drivers is actually quite muddled. In fact, the specific level of coverage depends on what phase of the ride at which the accident occurs.
How We Will Handle Your Case
Our law firm will interact with opposing counsel, auto insurance providers, the judge, and another party that may be against you. This way, all you have to worry about is focusing on your recovery from the accident, and leaving the dealing with the insurance company and potentially at-fault driver to us. We review every single piece of evidence toward your claim, no matter how small or insignificant it might seem. When you call us for help with your Uber or Lyft accident, you can rest easy knowing that our ride-share accident lawyers will do everything in their power to get you the compensation you deserve.
Reach out to us to schedule your free, confidential consultation and get more information.
HAQUE LEGAL WILL SEEK THE AMOUNT YOU’RE OWED AFTER YOUR UBER OR LYFT ACCIDENT
Rideshare accidents are not straightforward in terms of liability and the payment of subsequent damages. Do not attempt to navigate the legal maze without a proven Uber and Lyft accident attorney on your side. Our Southfield car accident attorneys will review all evidence to determine which parties might be liable, and make sure the insurance companies aren’t trying anything behind your back.
When it comes to a car accident, there can be several at-fault parties, despite whether it’s an Uber or Lyft driver, or a regular commuter. At times, even the city that owns the roads or the auto mechanic that fixed a car can be held responsible for a car accident. Furthermore, whether you were riding as a passenger in a rideshare vehicle or if you were driving for Uber or Lyft at the time of the accident, we will review the details of your case in-depth, setting the stage for justice to be served. Trust us, no detail will be overlooked by our law firm when it comes to your auto accident involving an Uber or Lyft ride.
COMMON INJURIES FROM AN UBER OR LYFT CAR ACCIDENT
Unfortunately, getting into a car can be one of the most dangerous things you do each day, and the same goes for taking a ride from a Rideshare company like Uber or Lyft. According to the IIHS, there are more than 33 million car accident-related deaths in the United States each year, with the number of injuries being significantly higher. In addition, serious injuries can occur if you are in an accident whether you are the driver, passenger, at-fault party, or completely innocent.
Some of these injuries include but are not limited to:
If you experience any such injuries as the result of an Uber or Lyft car accident, call the skilled lawyers as soon as possible to receive the compensation you deserve so you can recover physically and financially to the best of your abilities.
WHAT ARE THE THREE PHASES OF A RIDESHARE RIDE?
The different phases of an Uber or Lyft ride are broken down into three different phases. The time of the car accident determines which phase of the ride the driver was in, and therefore, how the insurance company is going to handle it. The three phases of a rideshare ride are:
Phase zero is when the Uber or Lyft driver app has yet to be activated. In such an instance, the driver’s own personal auto insurance will apply, meaning the rideshare business has no liability. As a result, potential financial compensation will be limited by that driver’s personal automobile insurance limits.
Phase I of rideshare insurance is triggered when the driver’s app is activated or is waiting for the request for a ride. This means that the driver has the intention of working using the Rideshare service and is beginning to use their phone and vehicle for the purpose of making money through the app.
Phase II is triggered when the driver drives toward the rider to be picked up or is driving that individual. The rideshare driver has a third-party liability policy totaling a million dollars during this phase. This phase also has a million-dollar underinsured/uninsured motorist bodily injury policy. Our Southfield Uber and Lyft accident attorneys are here to dissect such details of insurance coverage and the law on your behalf while you zero in on recuperating after this unfortunate accident.
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In every case, we take on, our priority is always to exceed your needs and expectations. We look at the big picture, so we can achieve the highest level of client satisfaction and client results possible.
Because we choose to work as a team, our clients benefit from our deep-rooted connections within the community and the strength of our networking power.
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CONTACT AN UBER AND LYFT ACCIDENT ATTORNEY AT HAQUE LEGAL
If you have been in a car accident as a passenger or a driver that involves a Rideshare company, reach out to the Southfield Uber and Lyft car accident attorneys at Haque Legal. The more time you provide us to review the details of your case, the better your chances are to emerge from this sad situation with a considerable sum of money. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means that our legal team does not collect a single penny unless your case results in a settlement or a favorable court award.