Phoenix Rideshare Accidents
Uber and Lyft have created a brand-new rideshare industry that has changed how Americans commute in their daily lives. However, Uber and Lyft have notoriously fought hard to avoid taking responsibility for the actions of their drivers. Every year there are thousands of car accidents in the Phoenix area, and as rideshares become more and more common they will represent a greater percentage of these accidents. Whether you are injured by a rideshare driver hitting your vehicle, or are the passenger in a rideshare when an accident happens, we can help. At 423Hurt we have expert rideshare accident lawyers that will make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
Have you been injured while on a Uber or Lyft ride?
If you are injured by the driver of a rideshare such as Uber or Lyft in Phoenix we can help. Following an accident, we hope you are not injured. No matter how you feel you should definitely see your doctor as sometimes you do not feel injuries for a day or so. Whether you are a passenger in a vehicle driver by a rideshare driver, or another driver who is struck by a rideshare driver it is important to be promptly checked out. Even minor accidents can cause severe trauma if untreated, and leave you with lifelong injuries. It does not take a lot of force to break a bone, twist a neck, or wretch a back. Adrenaline will keep you going for a while but the sooner you seek medical attention the better. If you do not know where to go, or who you should call, you can always start with us. Our team has worked with some of the finest physicians in Phoenix, and we can direct you on where to start.
Second if you call us, we can get started immediately on handling the stress of dealing with insurance companies so you can focus on your recovery. Uber and Lyft drivers are covered by a $1,000,000 insurance policy that protects drivers and passengers involved in car accidents while using their rideshare services. These policies are designed to cover medical expenses, injuries, and deaths that result from accidents involving Uber and Lyft drivers. These insurance companies are immediately going to go on the defensive, as these policy limits are known and passengers generally are at no fault for an accident. They know they will have to pay on behalf of Uber or Lyft, and their job is to settle the claim for as little as possible. They will immediately move to minimize their payout, all while you are still recovering from your injuries and not feeling your best.