Injured in an Uber Accident?
We Can Inform You of Your Rights.
Ridesharing has become an increasingly popular and cost-effective transportation method in Connecticut. Unfortunately, the use of Uber, Lyft and other ridesharing companies does come with some risk. For example, most ridesharing drivers are independent contractors who do not have a commercial driver’s license or commercial auto insurance. This can lead to complications if you are injured in an accident by an Uber driver who is on duty. Tell Us Your Situation In A Free Consultation. Determining fault and liability in a car accident is often complex. The complexity increases when the accident involves a ridesharing company. Personal insurance policies rarely cover accidents if the policyholder is driving for Uber. And while Uber and other ridesharing companies may offer insurance for “on duty” drivers, there are restrictions in coverage that the insurer may claim applies to your situation.For an experienced analysis of your situation and legal options, call us at 860-560-1451. We never charge for an initial consultation and accept no legal fees unless we win your case.