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UBER AND TAXI ACCIDENTS
Uber & taxi cab accidents can be very stressful. Further, seeking medical help and missing time from work can be hard. Accordingly, an affordable Uber and taxi cab accident lawyer can help to reduce your stress and get you the money you deserve.
• STEPS TO TAKE AFTER AN UBER OR TAXI ACCIDENT:
After you have been in an Uber or taxi accident, there are steps you should take to protect your health and other interests.
♦ Contact the local law enforcement and file a police report.
♦ Get proper medical care. Call an ambulance if necessary or visit an emergency room as soon as you leave the scene of the accident. Please note, some injuries may not be immediately obvious. Hence, it is important to see a doctor.
♦ Be sure to get all of the necessary contact information from all people involved in the accident. This includes names, telephone numbers, addresses and their insurance information. Also, get the contact information for any witnesses.
♦ Take a picture of the Uber or taxi driver's license. Also, take pictures of any damage to the vehicle. Further, take pictures of insurance cards and license plates.
♦ Do not speak to anyone from the insurance company. Tell them you have an attorney and give them our telephone number.
• COMPENSATION FOR YOUR ACCIDENT INJURIES:
The amount of money you receive for your accident will depend on your injuries, the amount of medical bills and the negligence of the driver who caused the accident.
An Uber or taxi cab accident attorney understands the way the legal system works. Our skilled accident lawyers have a successful record of getting the money you deserve. Further, our accident lawyers are also aware of the pain, suffering and many issues that come with car accident injuries.
Also, your Uber or taxi cab accident injuries can keep you out of work as well as affect your daily life in general. Further, you may be able to receive money for the following:
♦ Medical expenses
♦ Lost wages
♦ Pain and suffering
♦ Reduced earnings due to long-term injuries