What happens if you are injured during a Lyft or Uber ride? Do you have a case for financial recovery due to your personal injury? If you are a passenger of a ride-sharing service such as Lyft or Uber you will always have a personal injury claim if you are injured in a motor vehicle accident.
The source of financial recovery for personal injury in Kentucky is primarily the insurance coverage of the responsible driver. In cases of hit and run, or when the responsible driver(s) are uninsured or have minimal coverage, the injured parties own UM/UIM insurance coverage is another source of recovery. If you are injured during a Lyft or Uber ride the driver is required to be covered by a substantial insurance policy. The companies themselves provide extensive insurance coverage for a passenger who hires a ride-sharing service.
This insurance also extends $100,000 of coverage to those who are injured by a Lyft or Uber driver who is between fares, but has their driver’s app open. These cases can be legally quite complex and it is important to work with experienced personal injury attorneys who have the skill and resources to stand up to these powerful companies and their insurance representatives.
Since 1924, Hargadon, Lenihan & Herrington, PLLC (HLH) has served injury victims and their families throughout the Louisville area and across Kentucky. Each of our attorneys has decades of proven trial experience which has resulted in substantial verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients. This is why our attorneys have received numerous awards and the recognition of the legal industry. It is also the reason our former clients are so passionate in their reviews of their experience with our firm.
If you are injured during a Lyft or Uber ride HLH attorneys will aggressively pursue full and fair compensation. There is no cost to you out of pocket for our service as we are compensated on a contingency fee basis. We will hold Lyft and Uber financially accountable for your past, present and future medical expenses as well as lost wages and compensation for having to endure injury and recovery.
If you have been injured during a ride-share with Lyft or Uber we invite you to contact HLH or call 502-583-9701 to speak with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys for a free consultation to learn more.