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Buses and taxis are regulated. Rideshare vehicles are not. Know your rights if you’ve been injured while in an Uber or Lyft vehicle.

When was the last time you were in a taxi? What about a Lyft or Uber? For most people, rideshare services are used more than traditional taxis. However, unlike taxis which are regulated, rideshare vehicles are not.

Most rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft have liability policies to protect drivers and passengers. The fact is, if you or a loved one have suffered an injury due to a rideshare driver’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation.

After receiving medical attention, we strongly suggest contacting the legal team at Loutos Law Firm. We are well-versed in understanding the complexities of rideshare accidents and will seek to get the compensation you deserve.


Common Rideshare Accident Injuries

Each car accident is different, and the injuries victims sustain in rideshare accidents also vary. Most car accidents only cause minor injuries, but even minor injuries can end up snowballing into significant medical bills for victims. Common injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents involving rideshare drivers include:

  • Severe lacerations

  •  Broken and dislocated boones

  •  Internal organ damage

  •  Internal bleeding

  •  Whiplash injuries

  •  Spinal cord injuries

  •  Concussions

  •  Traumatic brain injuries

How We Help

It's hard to know who's at fault during a Rideshare accident. So let us figure that out for you.

If you or someone you love was the victim of a rideshare accident resulting from the rideshare driver’s negligence, it’s vital to seek assistance from an experienced rideshare accident attorney. Loutos Law is dedicated to fighting for our clients to get the compensation they are entitled to. Call Loutos Law at our Jensen Beach law office to schedule a consultation with an expert rideshare attorney today. 


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