If you were injured in an Uber or Lyft, you have rights. Read on and reach out to our skilled Hillsborough County Uber/Lyft accident lawyer today to learn more about how our legal team can help you.
Even though Uber and Lyft are both safe modes of transportation, most of the time, Uber and Lyft drivers are blameworthy of negligence just like any other kind of motorist. Some of the most common causes of Uber and Lyft accidents in Florida that our firm has seen include the following:
In the event that an individual is injured in an accident, they often need financial compensation to help protect the cost of their medical bills, pain and suffering, and more. Because of this, Uber and Lyft have created a liability coverage system. The system is broken down into periods, and depending on the events of your accident, you will likely be compensated in accordance with the period your accident falls into. Uber/Lyft’s liability coverage works as follows:
Just like with all other auto accident claims, if you have been injured in an Uber/Lyft accident, you must take legal action against the liable party within the state’s statute of limitations. The statute of limitations for Uber/Lyft accident claims in Florida is, generally, four years, which means you will be barred from suing entirely if you file beyond this deadline. Give our Hillsborough County auto accident lawyer a call today to ensure you meet each of your claim’s important deadlines.
For a skilled Tampa personal injury lawyer you can trust, contact The Frank Santini Law Firm today for a free initial consultation.
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