California Rideshare Accident Lawyers

Injured while using Uber or Lyft? We help drivers and passengers recover.
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Ridesharing is booming in California

California is a big state with millions of people and more than 16,000 miles of highway. We’re also home to large cities where urban travelers sometimes dodge vehicle ownership by utilizing public transportation or rideshare services like Uber and Lyft. Additionally, responsible adults recognize that driving after consuming alcohol or while taking prescription medication is unsafe, so they turn to a rideshare app instead of their keys.

Rideshare companies, like Uber and Lyft, allow people to download an app and order a driver to take them wherever they need to go. Rideshare serves are quick and convenient. In a few seconds, you can order a ride and be on your way. Uber and Lyft are often cheaper and far more convenient options than public transportation. Opting in for a rideshare service is always safer if you’ve been drinking alcohol.

Unfortunately, customers and drivers for rideshare companies are at risk of getting injured in a car accident. The May Firm has experience handling cases involving rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft. If you or a loved one were injured in an Uber or Lyft accident and are wondering what you should do next, give us a call today!

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What if I get into an accident while I’m riding in an Uber or Lyft?

Uber and Lyft are private companies that pay people with four-door vehicles to drive customers to and from their destination. If you are injured while riding in an Uber or a Lyft, you may be able to sue the person who caused the accident . Whether it was your driver or another driver who caused the accident, you deserve to receive compensation for your injuries. More information about this process can be found on our respective Uber and Lyft pages.

What about if I’m hurt by an Uber or Lyft but I’m not a passenger?

Pedestrians, drivers and other motorists on the roadway are always at risk of being injured by an Uber or Lyft driver. If this is ever the case, they may be able to recover compensation for their injuries from the at-fault driver as well as the company that they’re working for. We discuss this in more detail on our legal articles about Uber and Lyft.

Disclaimer: Information on this page is designed for general information purposes only and should not be interpreted as being legal advice or a legal opinion on specific facts or circumstances. You should always consult with an attorney before making a decision about your case. Pages are updated periodically but information provided on this page may not be up to date as circumstances may change over time. Please see our [LEGAL DISCLAIMERS] page for additional legal disclaimers.

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