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Have You Been Injured?

Seeking Compensation After A Rideshare Accident

Rideshare services like Uber or Lyft are meant to offer convenience and safety in travel to those who need it. Whether someone needs a ride to the airport or a sober ride home from the bar, ridesharing has made the task of getting a lift a lot easier. When a rideshare passenger is the victim of an accident, what can they do to recover?

Here at the Law Office of W. Daniel Grist, PLLC, we have been serving the North Carolina community for over 15 years. In those years, we have refined the skills necessary to give clients the best possible outcome in their situation. Rideshare accidents are a new breed of car accidents, which can complicate the claims process. Our attorneys know the complications of these cases and how to overcome them.

Untangling The Mess

When victims of a rideshare accident seek compensation, they need to determine who is liable for the accident. Usually, the liability falls on one of the two drivers. Still, if either or both drivers were working for a rideshare company at the time of the accident, then the employer may be the one who is liable for hiring a driver who caused an accident.

Thankfully, you do not have to be the one who determines liability. Your attorney can review the situation that led to the accident and pursue the best party for fair compensation. The cost of an accident can include medical bills, lost income, physical therapy, and future surgeries—and we can help you seek the financial compensation you need to cover those costs.

Let Us Take Care Of You

Recovering from a personal injury is rarely easy, especially if it was a car accident. When we represent you, you can focus on recovering from your injuries while we take care of the legal part.

For an attorney you can trust to be dedicated to your best possible outcome, contact our Charlotte office by calling 704-751-5620 or emailing us here. The sooner you schedule your initial consultation, the sooner we can begin fighting to maximize your compensation.