When ordering an Uber, the last thing anyone thinks is that their loved ones will need to call a wrongful death attorney in Jupiter, Florida. However, just because it’s unlikely, doesn’t mean it can’t happen. Ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft are the new normal. In fact, many individuals are selling their vehicles, as they don’t see the need for a car. The downside is that people are now putting their lives into somebody else’s hands. What happens if there’s a terrible accident?
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Sometimes, Uber or Lyft drivers are at fault. However, there are times when reckless drivers on the road pose a severe threat to you, your driver, and the thousands of other individuals on the road. According to both Uber and Lyft, they both have incredibly high insurance liability policies, ranging at about $1 million. Their uninsured motorist coverage essentially says that if a person is in an accident, they, and everyone else involved, has up to $1 million worth of combined coverage.
If a person is severely injured or even killed in a ride-sharing accident, the business to press charges against is undoubtedly the ride-sharing company. Of course, this can be a tricky process. If the ride-sharing company reaches out to say that their drivers are not technically employees, it could be a sign they’re attempting to wiggle away from the case. If you or someone you love has been injured or wrongfully killed in an auto accident, ride-sharing or not, you’ll want to call Welch Law immediately.
Welch Law understands that wrongful death cases are sensitive, and they also know that it is a trying and emotional time. Edward J. Welch, ESQ. offers a sensible, yet aggressive approach. Though nothing can bring your family member back, a wrongful death attorney in Jupiter, Florida can bring you the financial recourses you’ll need to move forward. Contact Welch Law today at 305-202-0645 today, and see how compassion, patience, and care can comfort you in your time of need. Welch Law won’t let you go through this process alone.