We’re proud to announce that Christopher Welsh of Welsh & Welsh has joined with 14 other personal injury lawyers around the United States to form a legal group that specializes in helping victims of rideshare accidents recover from their injuries and resolve any legal complications. That legal group is called Rideshare Law Group.
Rideshare services such as those offered by Uber and Lyft are becoming increasingly popular in the U.S. For as many benefits as the services offer, insurance matters and other legal matters can become needlessly complicated when a rideshare driver or vehicle is involved in a car accident. This is due to the fact that rideshare drivers are hired as independent contractors. When settling an insurance claim after an accident involving a Lyft or Uber vehicle, an injured victim may struggle to receive the compensation they need to recover since two or more different insurers may become involved.
Rideshare Law Group is committed to helping victims and their families receive the compensation they need to make a full recovery. We’re here to speak on behalf of injured rideshare passengers and take their cases to trial if necessary to ensure their voices are heard. Additionally, we work together to stay on top of any legal issues that surround rideshare companies and their drivers, ensuring that passengers and drivers alike are given the opportunity to fight for their rights if the need arises.
As rideshare companies like Uber begin to embrace automonous (self-driving) vehicle technology, Rideshare Law Group is committed to making sure these vehicles are designed as safe as possible and can not cause harm to passengers, occupants of other vehicles, or pedestrians/bystanders. Our legal services are available to anyone who’s suffered as a result of automonous vehicle testing. This ensures that corporations don’t corners when perfecting these vehicles that will one day share the road with us.
Christopher Welsh is proud to be a part of Rideshare Law Group. At Welsh & Welsh, we believe that every victim should have a voice. By helping amplify the voices of those injured in accidents the victims were not at fault for, we do our part to make our roads– and world– as safe as it possibly can be.