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Experienced Rideshare Accident Attorneys in Florida, Mississippi & Louisiana
At MLG Injury, our Miami rideshare accident lawyers know that outside of being a beautiful place for our city’s nearly 462,000 residents to live, it is also a national hub for finance, commerce, and international business.
Miami, thanks to its incredible beaches, hotels and resorts, sensational restaurants, and high-profile nightlife, plays host to an estimated 25 million visitors.
Our Miami-Dade County, Florida personal injury attorneys understand that part of our residents, tourists, and visiting professionals’ ventures in the city are facilitated by rideshare services, including those provided by Uber and Lyft.
Whether it is travel to and from the airport for conventions, to avoid congested traffic, avoid parking fees, Florida, Mississippi & Louisiana locals and visitors alike count on rideshare services to get them to where they are going safely.
If you have been injured in a rideshare accident in Miami, contact our experienced personal injury lawyers in Miami for help, so we can pursue justice from the at-fault party without delay.
When Is a Rideshare Driver Liable for a Car Accident in Florida, Mississippi & Louisiana?
Recent estimates suggest that rideshare drivers were responsible for an up to 3% increase in overall car accident fatalities in the U.S. since the vehicle-share concept was initiated throughout the country.
The reality is, Uber and Lyft drivers may be contributing to more accidents in Florida, Mississippi & Louisiana, and the rest of the country because their livelihoods depend on accepting more rides, as quickly as possible.
That means, looking down at their phones, navigating maps and GPS instructions, and tapping on alerts each time a new rider has requested their services. Most rideshare drivers often toggle between both Lyft and Uber apps, to ensure they are maximizing their earnings.
The problem is, their cellphone use — including communicating with riders to ensure they are picked up in the right place — is the very definition of distracted driving.
When rideshare drivers are speeding, distracted, impaired, or otherwise recklessly driving their vehicles, there are four levels of liability outlined by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
Depending on which level of liability the rideshare accident falls under, at the lowest level, the driver’s personal insurance may be pursued for our client’s injuries, and at the highest level, the rideshare company’s $1 million insurance policy may be pursued.
Our skilled rideshare accident attorneys in Miami will review your accident, the circumstances that caused it, your injuries, and the overall financial recovery necessary to make you whole again.
Contact us today to learn more about your legal rights and options to pursue a Miami rideshare driver for your injuries.
When is Another Driver Liable for an Accident Involving a Rideshare Driver in Florida, Mississippi & Louisiana?
There are times when passengers may be riding in an Uber or Lyft vehicle and be involved in an accident with another negligent driver who has nothing to do with the rideshare driver or company.
When a third party is speeding, impaired, distracted, failing to obey traffic signs or signals, or otherwise negligent behind the wheel, he or she may be held liable for the crash, injuries, and overall damages that occur.
How Can I Hold a Miami Rideshare or Third-Party Driver Liable for My Injuries?
At MLG Injury, our skilled rideshare and auto accident attorneys in Miami will help you understand your legal rights and options to pursue any negligent driver’s insurance coverage for your full financial recovery after you have been injured by their policyholder’s negligence.
When our clients are injured by negligent drivers, they should never have to pay for their medical expenses, lost wages, and out-of-pocket costs on their own. We can help ensure that is true by pursuing the liable party — or combination of parties — that will allow us to reap the maximum financial outcome for each of our client’s unique cases.
Each of our Miami rideshare accident cases begins with a free consultation, so we can discover each of the facts associated with the collision to ensure the claim legally qualifies to move forward. Next, we will outline each client’s crash circumstances, overall injuries, and complete damages, so we can begin precise negotiations with the liable party’s insurance company.
This ensures our clients are never intimidated by the at-fault party’s insurance representatives or corporate lawyers, so they can solely focus on their physical and emotional recovery needs.
We will handle the rest.
Contact Our Experienced Rideshare Accident & Injury Lawyers in Florida, Mississippi & Louisiana for a Free Consultation
Contact our experienced rideshare accident attorneys in Florida, Mississippi & Louisiana at MLG Injury to schedule a free consultation today by calling (786) 206-8807 to learn more about your legal rights and options to pursue the liable party, including the rideshare vehicle’s driver, Uber, Lyft, another third party, or a combination of parties who caused your vehicle collision and injuries for your full financial recovery.