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How Can I Sue a Rideshare Company?

When you’re in an accident with a rideshare driver, you need to understand who you can take legal action against for compensation. Of course, you know the driver may hold responsibility in causing you harm, but you should also consider what liability falls on the company.

Recognizing where a rideshare company may be liable can give you a better idea of your legal options throughout the process. Here are a few things you should know about suing a rideshare company after an accident.

The Company’s Liability

Liability is one of the more complicated things to figure out in any accident, especially those involving businesses and the drivers who they work with on a daily basis. Recognizing when you can sue a rideshare company is vital to your ability to pursue compensation.

The company can be sued in situations where you can show they are somehow responsible for the accident. One question that may arise is if the rideshare company was aware of the distraction they may have caused that could lead to a crash.

What Your Options Are

Proving that you were hurt in a rideshare accident because of the actions of the rideshare company can be difficult. Working with a lawyer, however, should be one of your top priorities to prove liability and get the compensation and justice you deserve.

With an attorney on your side, you can gather the necessary evidence to help your claim. An attorney may be able to show where the rideshare company is liable and what is necessary to hold them accountable for their actions.

Our Chicago rideshare accident attorneys at Walner Law® stand ready to guide you through any and all legal matters that lie ahead. We’re committed to helping you protect your rights and pursue the compensation needed to get the most favorable outcome possible. Trust us to put your best interests first and safeguard you from start to finish.

Call our firm today at (312) 313-2888 to discuss your potential rights.


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