Ride Share Accident Attorney Adamson Ahdoot LLP

Los Angeles Rideshare Accident Lawyers

Skilled & Experienced Representation

Have you been injured in an auto accident that involved a rideshare service, such as Uber or Lyft? If so, you’re not alone! With the rise of popularity of these types of services, the vetting processes for hiring rideshare drivers naturally lessen. As a result, the rideshare companies’ hiring and safety standards might not be up to par, thereby contributing directly to your accident and subsequent injuries.

When these types of accidents do occur, they are usually far more complex than regular auto accident cases. This is due to the fact Lyft and Uber drivers frequently have differing levels of company insurance, as well as their own personal insurance, and rideshare accident claims are usually handled by more aggressive defense attorneys and third-party adjusters. This is why you need a skilled rideshare accident attorney in Los Angeles who is intimately familiar with these types of cases.

To schedule a free consultation with an experienced rideshare accident lawyer in Los Angeles, please either contact Adamson Ahdoot LLP online or call us at (877) 871-3265 today.

Experienced & Aggressive Legal Services

Backed by more than 30 years of combined legal experience, our attorneys have a comprehensive understanding of all the many complex policies, laws, procedures, and paperwork involved in rideshare accidents. We can quickly and efficiently guide you through the legal process and aggressively fight for the compensation you need and deserve. Our lawyers are highly proficient in this area of law and we have a long track record of success in helping clients just like you. We can help you, too.

Here are several steps you should take after getting involved in a rideshare accident:

  • Collect information – Get personal information of all the parties involved, including their contact information, insurance, and license plate numbers. You can screenshot the rideshare application immediately following the accident, and make sure to take pictures of the scene if it is safe to do so.
  • Be wary of what you say – Oversharing information with the other parties might harm your chances of a successful claim down the line. It is always better to say less than more because it will limit your potential liability.
  • Get law enforcement involved – Regardless of how small your accident might seem, it is always a good idea to have police officers officially document what really happened. This way, there is an undeniable record of the situation, rather than a he-said, she-said scenario. This could potentially increase your chance at a successful claim.