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San Diego, California Ride Sharing Crash Legal Help

Uber & Lyft: Legal Recourse for a Ride Sharing Crash in California

The model of ride sharing services is relatively new. As a result, legal issues surrounding Uber and Lyft crashes are especially complex. Victims may face a variety of obstacles when seeking a financial recovery for their injuries. In many cases, hiring experienced legal representation is the best way to stand up to these companies and win.

If you were injured or a loved one died in a car crash involving a ride share vehicle, we can help. The attorneys at CaseyGerry assisted hundreds of people with obtaining compensation for their related medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more after they were hurt in a vehicle collision. We know the ins and outs of the laws governing California motorists as well as the nuances associated with Uber and Lyft crashes. Visit our ride sharing crash cases page for a sample of past settlements and jury verdicts we have obtained for our clients who were injured as a passenger using a shared ride.

Decades of Experience

For the better part of a century, CaseyGerry represented those hurt or killed as a result of someone else’s negligence. Our team has vast experience with pressing insurance companies to pay the benefits people deserve. As insurance is a primary issue in ride sharing crash cases, this knowledge is of particular importance. We deal with the insurance companies and file suit when necessary to ensure our clients receive maximum compensation.

We welcome you to contact CaseyGerry at (619) 238-1811 to discuss your situation. You can also fill out the form below to get started. We can discuss what happened to you, the next steps, and what you can expect.

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Common Causes of Car Crashes

  • Driving at an unsafe speed
  • Traveling on the wrong side of the road
  • Making an improper turn
  • Violating right-of-way rules, such as those involving bicyclists or pedestrians
  • Violating rules regarding stop signals and signs
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