Recently, a district court ruled that Uber, a popular and fast-growing ride-sharing service, may extend its operation into Nevada. Individuals can now earn extra money by working as Uber drivers and catch rides without having to pay for a traditional taxi.
Uber drivers are everyday driver and sometimes, they get into accidents. When this happens, you need to work with an experienced auto accident attorney to represent your personal injury claim and help you recover the money you deserve. Call the Ladah Law Firm at 702-252-0055 to discuss your case with a member of our team if you have been hurt from an auto accident in Nevada.
Seeking monetary compensation after an Uber accident is not the same process as filing a claim after being injured in a taxi cab or limousine. This is because Uber drivers do not carry commercial driver’s insurance. Instead, they simply have their personal automobile insurance coverage. The terms of this type of insurance can vary widely from the terms of a commercial driver’s policy, leaving you potentially without coverage if you are injured. The attorneys at the Ladah Law Firm can examine your driver’s insurance policy to determine exactly what is covered and how much you can realistically seek in compensation.
Do not attempt to file your claim alone. A skilled personal injury attorney not only knows how to file and pursue a claim, but can negotiate effectively with insurance providers to get you a sufficient settlement for your needs.
If you have been injured in an automobile accident, you could be entitled to monetary compensation for your damages. These damages may include any of the following:
If the individual driving the car was responsible for your accident, he or she may be found liable for your damages. If another driver, a pedestrian, or any other party or property owner can be found responsible for causing your injury, that party may be found liable. An experienced auto accident lawyer can determine the negligent party in your claim and guide you through the process of filing and pursuing the claim.
Contact the Ladah Law Firm today at 702-252-0055 to discuss your case with an experienced Nevada taxi accident attorney and to discover whether you have grounds to file a personal injury claim. Do not wait – in Nevada, the statute of limitations for personal injury claims is two years from the date of your accident. That means you have to be proactive and begin working on your claim as quickly as you can after receiving medical care.
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