Ride Share and Taxi Accidents
Injuries resulting from ride share and taxi accidents can have serious consequences.
San Diego County residents and visitors use ride share and taxis all the time for reasons such as airport commutes and responsibly avoiding drinking and driving. Millions of people are injured and tens of thousands killed every year due to automobile accidents, and these include while being a passenger in a ride share or taxi.
Injuries from ride share or tax accidents aren’t always serious, but in severe cases these collisions can result in permanent, life-altering disabilities or even death. Unfortunately, lives can be shattered in an instant due to the negligence or recklessness of the driver or other motorists on the road.
We know about ride share and taxi accidents and the California legal system
The Drelich Law Firm is a San Diego County law firm that specializes in injuries and wrongful deaths resulting from ride share and taxi accidents. Different rules apply to ride share and taxis, so it is important you talk to an experiences attorney who understands the ins and outs of the law.
We know how to deal with the insurance companies that work their hardest to discredit your claim and pay you as little as they possibly can. We can find you the medical treatment that you need in order to make your recovery as quickly as possible.
If you were injured as a passenger in a ride share or taxi in San Diego, call the attorneys at The Drelich Law Firm. Learn your rights before you listen to what the insurance company has to tell you. Many times clients have come us only to learn that they were misled by insurance companies. Remember, from day one the insurance company is out to defeat your claim. We are here to protect your rights and fight for the compensation that you deserve for your injuries.
Before you talk to an insurance adjuster, talk to an experienced ride share and taxi accident attorney in San Diego. Call The Drelich Law Firm for your free consultation today, and share the circumstances of your case with us.