LegalRideshare is the first law firm in the United States to focus exclusively on Uber®, Lyft®, bikeshare and e-scooter accidents and injuries. Since inception, LegalRideshare has grown into a national brand. Our lawyers are the go-to source on rideshare-related issues, serving hundreds of clients, and securing millions of dollars for injured drivers and passengers.
An accident or injury is a traumatic event. LegalRideshare will get you back on your feet and back on the road. Whether a driver, passenger or victim...LegalRideshare fights for you.
We've put millions of dollars into our clients' pockets. Driver, passenger, or victim, LegalRideshare works to ensure the best possible outcome.
In a wreck? Unclear how to handle the insurance claims process, or even which insurance company to call? The attorneys of LegalRideshare provide the information you need to get moving.
A rideshare driver who cannot drive is a rideshare driver who cannot earn. LegalRideshare helps ensure clients recover every penny of lost income after a crash.
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Account sharing 'is a dirty little secret' among American drivers...
Some people feel hesitant to say anything if the driver is speeding or following other cars too closely, but if you don’t feel safe you need to take action.
It’s a totally different story to have a ride-share driver record passengers' conversations and passenger actions for the purpose of boosting their brand....
...we’re going to have to see what happens as more and more of these injury cases are brought and are litigated.
The holidays are a busy time for everyone...but safety should stay a priority.
By putting them on notice and then filing this action, we believe that it would be unlawful for this data to go missing.
We’re here today because a coward left Allyson battered and bloody in the middle of the street, and by remaining silent, the responsible scooter company allows that coward to hide in the shadows.
There is no more dangerous place to be than in a locked car traveling with a stranger.
Uber and Lyft’s entire business model hinges on the drivers not being employees. They’re afraid of stepping over that line, and as a result, the community suffers.
It’s an ultra-hazardous job. Nobody thinks they’re going to get hurt—until they do.