Lawrenceville Rideshare Accident Attorneys in Georgia for Uber & Lyft Accidents

Rideshare services, such as Uber and Lyft, have become a popular way to get around town in recent years. Instead of having to call a cab or use another mode of transportation, customers can simply request a ride within minutes from an app. In addition, almost anyone can become drivers for rideshare companies if they have their own vehicle and adequate insurance—without obtaining a commercial driver’s license (CDL).

Our Uber & Lyft accident lawyers at The Kalka Law Group can evaluate your case, determine your available legal options, and help you obtain compensation to pay for medical expenses, lost wages, and even pain and suffering. Additionally, you don’t have to pay us any legal fees until we win your case.

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Turn to an Expert Georgia Rideshare Accident Attorney

You may be wondering, what happens if you are involved in a rideshare accident as a passenger or while operating your own personal vehicle? No matter how complicated the case may be, our attorneys at The Kalka Law Group can help you maximize your entitled compensation. With more than 30 years of collective legal experience and millions of dollars recovered on behalf of our clients, we know what it takes to help you make a full recovery from injury.

Our expert rideshare accident attorneys have experience representing cases involving Uber and have even recovered over half a million dollars for one of our clients. Additionally, we know and understand how Georgia’s insurance laws work when it comes to Uber vs. taxicabs.

Contact our team at The Kalka Law Group today – no matter how complicated your accident case may be.

Determining Fault in a Rideshare Accident

If you were injured in an Uber/Lyft accident while riding as a passenger, you need to prove who is liable to file an accident claim. But if the collision was caused by a rideshare driver, you might be wondering if you must file a claim with the driver’s or the company’s insurance.

If the Uber/Lyft Driver Is At Fault

Keep in mind, unless the driver has commercial liability insurance, you will most likely have