If you’ve been injured in a rideshare accident that wasn’t your fault, you’re entitled to compensation. All you have to do is call the Ken Nunn Law Office in Indiana to find out how much your claim is worth and how you can get the settlement you deserve. Whether you were the Uber driver or passenger, or if you were another driver or a pedestrian, our experienced Indianapolis Uber accident lawyers can help anyone injured in a rideshare accident. Contact us today to find out how we can help you.
Have You Been Hurt in a Rideshare Accident?
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We make getting help with your claim as easy as picking up your phone or filling out an online case evaluation form. Contact us and we’ll take care of everything from filing documents to answering insurance calls.
We’ll Fight for Your Rights
You deserve to be paid for your pain and suffering. Our experienced attorneys are fierce litigators who are ready to do whatever it takes to ensure you get every penny you’re entitled to.
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Worried you can’t afford a lawyer? Our distinguished law firm works on a contingency-fee basis! We don’t get paid unless you do, and there are no hidden fees — ever!
We Understand What You’re Going Through
You can’t walk down the street today without seeing a few cars drive by brandishing an Uber or Lyft logo sticker. In fact, The Guardian reported that Uber alone had 900,000 drivers throughout the U.S. Our modern mode of transportation has turned city streets into a complex delivery route, picking up and dropping off people and goods at all hours of the day.
With so many vehicles participating in rideshare services, accidents are inevitable. If you’ve been injured in an accident involving a rideshare company, trying to seek compensation can be incredibly confusing. Moreover, dealing with a large corporation like Uber or Lyft can be intimidating, especially when you’re in pain and recovering from serious injuries.
We want you to know that we understand what you’re going through, and we’re here to help you through this process. Our experienced Indianapolis Uber accident lawyers aren’t afraid to take on big companies. We understand car accident laws, and we know the policies on which these companies operate. We’ve helped many clients recover thousands of dollars in rideshare accident settlements. Let us help you, too.
What You Need to Know After a Rideshare Collision
Many people injured in rideshare accidents miss out on settlements they’re entitled to because they don’t know where to start with their claim, or even that they’re entitled to compensation for their losses. The truth is, if you’ve been injured in a rideshare accident of any kind that wasn’t your fault, you have a legal right to recover damages. Below are the three different kinds of rideshare accidents. If one of these situations sounds like what happened to you, our Indianapolis Uber accident lawyers may be able to help you seek maximum compensation for your pain and suffering.
- A driver or passenger was injured in an accident where a ride-sharing driver was at fault.
- A ride-sharing driver was injured in an incident another driver caused.
- Any passenger was injured in a ride-sharing vehicle, regardless of which driver is liable.
Understanding Uber and Lyft’s Insurance and the Three Rideshare Periods
Most rideshare companies have generous insurance policies to help compensate those injured while using their service. While understanding these policies can be difficult, an experienced Uber accident lawyer can walk you through your case and help you understand what policies apply to you.
In order to determine whether you’re eligible for coverage under their policy, Uber and other rideshare companies will look at what stage you were at in your rideshare trip. In order to determine whether you will be covered under your rideshare service’s insurance policy, think back to where you were when the accident happened and whether it was during one of these periods.
If an accident occurs when the app is on and the driver is waiting for a ride request, the driver is only eligible for limited liability coverage. This would be up to $50,000 per person for medical expenses, up to $25,000 for property damages, and no more than $100,000 total.
This period begins when a driver is en route to pick up a passenger. Uber’s coverage for this period is up to $1 million of total liability coverage.
This period refers to the time when the passenger is in the vehicle. Coverage for an accident during this period is up to $1 million as well.
Rideshare Accident FAQs
In order to protect your rights to compensation after an Uber accident, it’s important that you remember to follow a few key steps:
- Get a medical evaluation.
- Stay at the scene and report the accident to the local authorities.
- Gather evidence and witness statements.
- Report the accident to Uber.
- If you were the passenger, don’t give your driver a good rating.
- Call the Ken Nunn Law Office.
As a passenger, your right to compensation is almost undeniable. An experienced Indianapolis Uber accident lawyer can help you seek every penny you are owed for your pain and suffering.
If you were in a rideshare accident that wasn’t your fault, whether you were the rideshare driver or passenger, or if you were a driver or passenger of another vehicle, you are legally entitled to seek compensation.
Our experienced attorneys at the Ken Nunn Law Office will be able to help you determine who caused your accident and who is liable for your injuries. From there, we will help you calculate your losses in a way that gives us an idea of what to demand in your settlement claim. Finally, we will serve as fierce advocates for your rights, ensuring all documents are accounted for and correctly filed, giving you your best chance at fair compensation.
That’s the best part! Our lawyers work on a contingency-fee basis. This means you won’t owe us a penny unless we win for you! Car insurance is available to take care of injuries and property damage in most car accidents, but often insurance companies will stretch out the payment process to try to get you to take a tiny check. When injuries are serious, insurance companies may attempt to pay little or nothing, leaving you with a pile of medical bills and living expenses. We can help.