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Uber/Lyft Accidents

From Accidents to Advocacy

    Turning Accidents into Actionable Claims
    Uber/Lyft accidents in Nevada present unique legal considerations for both drivers and passengers. Understanding the legal responsibilities and potential liabilities associated with these rideshare services is essential for protecting one’s rights and seeking compensation in the event of an accident.

    Liabilities in Uber/Lyft Accidents

    Driver Liability: In many cases, the rideshare driver may be held liable for accidents caused by their negligence or misconduct while driving for Uber or Lyft. This includes instances of speeding, reckless driving, distracted driving, or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

    Company Liability: Uber and Lyft may also be held accountable for accidents involving their drivers under certain circumstances. These companies have a duty to ensure the safety of their passengers by properly vetting drivers, enforcing safety protocols, and maintaining adequate insurance coverage.

    Third-Party Liability: In some cases, third parties, such as other drivers, pedestrians, or road maintenance entities, may also share liability for rideshare accidents if their actions or negligence contributed to the collision.


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    FAQs About Uber/Lyft Accidents in Nevada

    What should I do if I'm involved in an Uber/Lyft accident in Nevada?

    If you're involved in an Uber/Lyft accident in Nevada, prioritize safety by seeking medical attention for any injuries. Contact law enforcement to report the accident and document the scene by taking photos or videos. Exchange information with the rideshare driver and any other parties involved. Report the accident to Uber or Lyft through their respective apps and contact Rafii Law to protect your legal rights.

    Who is responsible for paying damages in an Uber/Lyft accident in Nevada?

    The party responsible for paying damages in an Uber/Lyft accident in Nevada depends on the circumstances of the accident and who was at fault. If the rideshare driver's negligence caused the accident, their insurance policy may cover damages. Additionally, Uber and Lyft carry commercial insurance policies that provide coverage for accidents involving their drivers. Determining liability and insurance coverage requires a thorough investigation of the accident and analysis of relevant factors.

    Can I sue Uber or Lyft for damages in a rideshare accident?

    Yes, you may have grounds to sue Uber or Lyft for damages in a rideshare accident if their driver's negligence or the company's policies contributed to the accident. However, pursuing a lawsuit against Uber or Lyft may involve complex legal procedures and require evidence of the company's liability. Consulting with a knowledgeable attorney who has experience handling rideshare accident cases can help you understand your legal options and pursue maximum compensation for your injuries and losses.


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