Involvement and injury in an accident with a rideshare or delivery service can be complicated, especially given the third-party involvement of the rideshare or delivery company. Our lawyers can simplify the process for you, explaining your options, deeply
investigating the situation to survey all evidence, and advocating for you throughout the process. We are not afraid to take a responsible party to court if they refuse to pay the settlement. With a free consultation, we can begin with your story and determine if you have a case.
The ease and flexibility of rideshare services like Uber and Lyft have made them incredibly popular, making them widely used, even in cities like Lafayette and Lake Charles. However, getting injured in an accident with a rideshare service can greatly complicate compensation processes due to the involvement of the rideshare company. Our attorneys can apply expert knowledge in navigating these cases and simplify the process for you.
Third-party food delivery services, like Waitr, are gaining in popularity just as quickly, but reach even farther into rural areas than rideshare services. An increase in popularity also increases the chances of being involved in an accident with a delivery service vehicle. The involvement of the delivery service company can greatly complicate things for you, but that’s nothing our seasoned accident attorneys can’t handle.
Due to the fact that most rideshare or delivery services independently contract their drivers, workers’ comp can be complicated for the drivers. However, you may be misclassified. Our attorneys can assist you in identifying your coverage and taking action where necessary to ensure that you receive the appropriate compensation.
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