If you suffered injuries in an Orlando ridesharing accident, you may be eligible to receive compensation for your losses. With an Orlando ridesharing accident lawyer on your side, you can get assistance filing a claim with their insurance company to recover your damages.
To find out more about your options and what your case is worth after your accident, contact the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine. We represent victims in Uber and Lyft accidents. Call us today at 1-800-747-3733 and get a free, no-obligation consultation.
For a free legal consultation with a ridesharing accidents lawyer serving Orlando, call (800) 747-3733
How To Prove Fault in an Uber/Lyft Accident Case
Since the insurance company requires proof of your claim, you will need to provide evidence of fault and liability. Your attorney can obtain evidence of your claim from various sources, such as:
- Highway patrol official accident report, as required by Florida Statute §316.066
- Video footage or photos of the accident scene
- Eyewitness statements (passengers in the car, third-party motorists)
- Expert witness testimony
- Medical diagnosis and reports of your injuries
- Receipts and bills of all your accident-related expenses
We can gather all of the evidence and submit it to the insurance company for review. All the evidence that we provide may both establish liability and estimate the value of your claim.
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Getting Compensated for Your Damages
Both Uber and Lyft carry similar types of liability insurance to cover all accidents in which the rideshare driver was at fault. Per Florida Statute §627.748, the coverage is $100,000 per incident, depending on the circumstances of the accident.
Like any other personal injury case, the value of your claim depends on the nature of the accident, who is at fault, and the extent of your damages. Some of the damages you may be eligible to claim include:
Your Medical Debt
You may account for your medical expenses such as emergency care or surgical procedures, an extended stay in the hospital, rehabilitative services, ongoing doctor visits, and medication.
Lost Pay While You Were Out of Work
If your recovery takes several weeks or months, you may lose pay. You may account for your lost wages in your claim. Lost income may also include future earning capacity if you are disabled and can no longer work.
You may also account for noneconomic damages such as severe pain and suffering, loss of quality of life, loss of consortium, physical impairment, or disfigurement. Your damages may include long-term expenses from a terminal condition.
Hiring a Lawyer To Take on the Insurance Company
It is not uncommon for Uber or Lyft’s insurance companies to deny claims outright or to offer a low settlement. You may encounter several challenges if you try to take on the insurance provider or a defense attorney on your own.
An Orlando ridesharing accident lawyer can represent you to negotiate a settlement with the insurer. Our law firm can manage your entire case while you are recovering from your injury. We can handle all the paperwork, correspond with all relevant parties, and provide all evidence necessary to build your case.
We are committed to helping you get the maximum settlement possible for all of your economic and noneconomic damages. If you would like help with your case, then contact the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine at 1-800-747-3733.
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Injured by Uber or Lyft in Florida: Call Us for Help
If you suffered injuries in a rideshare accident, the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine is ready to take on your case and help you receive fair compensation. Call our law firm today at 1-800-747-3733 to get a free consultation. An Orlando ridesharing accident lawyer can help you get your case started.