A sudden car crash can leave severe consequences for you and your loved ones. Too many victims of car accidents take a passive approach to their legal rights, aiding the insurance company in unfair settlement offers. Texas is an “at fault” car insurance state, which means you may file an insurance claim or lawsuit against the at-fault driver for monetary compensation. Our 30 years of experience and superior legal strategies seek the maximum compensation under the law for your injuries, leaving you free to take steps in regaining your health and getting your life back to normal.
So many factors are taken into consideration when insurance companies are determining your settlement, and it’s the adjuster’s job to ensure these factors depreciate the amount of money you are awarded. Fortunately, our track record proves to accomplish the exact opposite for our clients.
If you are involved in an auto accident involving Uber, Lyft, or any other ride-sharing company, you also have rights that allow you to file a lawsuit for your injuries. In the event you are involved in an accident involving a ride-sharing company, it is important you take the following steps for your safety and to preserve evidence:
- Call 911. This establishes proof of the accident and creates a police report.
- Take photos of the accident.
- Speak with eyewitnesses. Get their names and contact information.
- Write down the Uber or Lyft driver’s information.
- Take screenshots of your ride receipt and ride reservation.
There’s no way to know when you’ll be involved in a car accident, it can happen any time—day or night. That’s why we’re available 24/7 to help pursue a claim and get the compensation you deserve. Call us today at 713-630-0900.
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