Protecting Your Rights After Ridesharing Accident Injuries
In the past few years, the usage of ridesharing apps such as Uber and Lyft has increased dramatically. As with any vehicle, Uber and Lyft vehicles can be involved in accidents. If you were a passenger in a vehicle or were driving a vehicle that was hit by a ridesharing driver, it is important to know your rights and talk to an experienced lawyer about your potential personal injury case.
At the San Antonio office of Gamez Law Firm, we are dedicated to helping our injured clients move forward with their lives. Our attorneys are committed to fighting for your rights and seeing that justice is served. We focus our firm’s attention on handling personal injury cases, including a wide variety of motor vehicle accident cases.
With our attorneys’ extensive experience in car accident cases, as well as their up-to-date knowledge of the changes in the ridesharing laws and the liability that these businesses carry, we are the ally you need in your pursuit of compensation for your serious injuries.
Who Pays Your Medical Bills?
Whether you were a passenger in a car driven by an Uber or Lyft driver or were struck by a driver working for one of these services, you are not responsible for your own medical bills. Drivers have coverage through these companies, often up to $1 million, that is designed to cover medical expenses and other losses suffered in an accident.
Your bills are paid through the insurance companies that the ridesharing businesses have enlisted to provide coverage for their drivers. While it may be possible to sue Uber or Lyft directly, these are extremely difficult cases and often do not yield the results that clients are hoping for. In many cases, the insurance coverage from the ridesharing company provides fully for medical bills and other losses. When it does not, we may be able to explore other avenues of obtaining compensation for you.
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Talk to a lawyer at our firm about your ridesharing accident questions and concerns. To schedule a free consultation, call our office today at 210-951-2024. You can also send us an email using our online contact form. You will not pay anything on your case unless we get compensation for you.