Car Accidents And Rideshare Drivers
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When A Convenient Rideshare Becomes A Costly Accident

Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft can be one of the great modern conveniences, allowing their passengers to have affordable transportation even in areas where taxis are unavailable. However, their drivers are no better trained than other drivers on the road, and crashes involving rideshares can be particularly difficult to recover from.

At Minnillo & Jenkins Co., LPA, we believe that you deserve to be protected on the roadways whether you are a driver sharing the road with rideshare, a rideshare passenger or a rideshare driver trying to make ends meet. Our firm has extensive experience serving the personal injury needs of Ohio and Kentucky, and we will use our experience to create the best possible results for you. We will help you negotiate with insurance companies, hold responsible parties accountable and get the financial and medical support you need to recover.

The Challenges Unique To A Rideshare Accident

When you are in a car accident involving a rideshare provider, one of the most complex issues is the issue of insurance. While most rideshare services do provide some insurance coverage to passengers, those policies may not extend to drivers or others involved in the accident. Insurance companies may also have a loophole that prohibits the driver’s personal policy from being used if the vehicle is used for business purposes.

With so many complexities at hand, when you have been injured in an accident involving a rideshare car it can be essential to work with an attorney you can rely on to guide you through your options and advocate tenaciously for you.

Have You Been Injured? We Can Help.

Have you been injured in an accident with a rideshare driver? Have you been in a traffic accident while driving for a rideshare service? Having an experienced attorney by your side can help ensure that you have the support you need to recover from your injuries and get back on the road. Call our office or reach out to us online to tell us more about your case.