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Greensboro Uber/Lyft Rideshare Injuries Lawyer

Uber and Lyft rideshare injury cases are complicated, full of hurdles, and subject to constantly evolving laws. The most challenging aspect of ridesharing accidents is liability.

Do you file a claim with the driver’s insurance?

Do you file a claim with the ridesharing company?

Accident victims are often frustrated by denied claims. While insurance companies point their fingers at each other, injury victims are left on their own to figure out how to cover the cost of their medical bills.

At Nagle & Associates, P.A., we believe in upholding the rights of accident victims. If you or someone you love has been injured in a ridesharing accident, you deserve peace of mind. Let our Greensboro Uber/Lyft rideshare injury attorneys secure the compensation you deserve. Contact Nagle & Associates, P.A. for a free evaluation of your case by clicking here or calling (336) 723-4500.

The Benefits of Choosing Nagle & Associates, P.A.

The difficulty in ridesharing accidents is seeking damages from the right insurance company. Attorney Carl Nagle is a former insurance claims adjuster and former insurance company defense lawyer. His insider knowledge will give you an edge in any automotive accident.

At Nagle & Associates, P.A., we ONLY handle motor vehicle collision matters. Most personal injury firms spread themselves out between disability claims, workers’ compensation, and premises liability. Our clients never have to compete for attention on their cases. They receive focused dedication that yields the highest settlements for their claims.

We have successfully recovered over $500 million in settlements. Compassionate with our clients, aggressive in negotiations, our Greensboro Uber injury lawyers will fight for the compensation you deserve.

How Having a Greensboro Uber and Lyft Rideshare Accident Attorney Can Help

When you are injured in a rideshare accident, there are many variables that will determine who is responsible and how your medical bills will be paid.

For Uber and Lyft accident victims who choose not to hire representation, they must navigate a sea of changing rideshare laws to determine how, when, and with whom to file a claim.

Rideshare giants, Uber and Lyft, have been the subject of controversy since disrupting the transportation industry a little more than a decade ago. States continue to pass legislation, like North Carolina’s Passenger Safety Act, which laid out requirements for drivers to become more visible to passengers. California has created shock waves by requiring Uber and Lyft to consider all drivers employees, which will undoubtedly affect future liability in collisions.

Insurance companies love to point fingers when they can. Without simple and clear laws governing rideshare companies, you may be on the hook for your own injuries.

At Nagle & Associates, P.A., our Lyft injury attorneys in Greensboro have successfully represented rideshare victims. We know the challenges, we know the tactics, and our expertise can recover the compensation you need to move on with your life.

Why Is Liability So Challenging in Uber and Lyft Ridesharing Injury Matters?

The biggest distinction between other companies and ridesharing companies is how they classify their workers. If you are an employee and cause an accident, your employer most likely has liability insurance to settle a claim. However, Lyft and Uber classify their workers as independent contractors (with the exception of California).

There are other issues;

  • Most insurance policies for individual drivers only cover damage when an accident occurs from personal use, not ridesharing.
  • There are policies specific for rideshare drivers, however, it is not required.
  • Due to mounting lawsuits, Uber and Lyft started to offer liability insurance to their contractors, but not all drivers are willing to pay for the service.
  • Was the driver logged into the app at the time of the accident? If not, there is no coverage from Uber or Lift.

If you were hit by an Uber or Lyft driver while walking, riding your bike, or driving your own car;

  • Was the driver logged into the app but waiting for a ride request?
  • Had the driver accepted a request and was on the way?
  • Did the driver have a passenger?

Liability can be very challenging in rideshare accidents. Our Uber and Lyft rideshare injury attorneys in Greensboro, have the skills and experience to handle matters on your behalf. At Nagle & Associates, P.A., our compassionate lawyers encourage our clients to focus on their recovery while we protect their rights.

You Deserve Compensation for Your Injuries

Nagle & Associates, P.A. has been serving clients all over North Carolina for over 20 years. If you have suffered injuries in a rideshare accident, let our Greensboro Uber/Lyft rideshare injury attorneys recover the damages you are owed. Contact our Greensboro car accident lawyers for a free evaluation of your case by clicking here or calling (336) 723-4500.