Michigan Uber Accident Lawyers

If you or a loved one suffered an injury in an Uber or Lyft accident in Michigan, you are not alone. With a population of over 9,996,000 residents currently living in Michigan, rideshare programs continue to become more and more popular. These type of accidents have become a huge issue not just because the drivers are involved, but also the passenger who was taking that ride. If you are currently suffering from an injury after being in an accident with an Uber driver, get the legal help you need. You will owe nothing until your case is successfully settled with the company who caused you this pain. We serve the following areas:

  • Detroit
  • Grand Rapids
  • Warren
  • Sterling Heights
  • Lansing
  • Flint
  • Ann Arbor
  • Dearborn
  • Livonia
  • Clinton Charter Township
  • Canton Township
  • Westland
  • Troy
  • Farmington Hills
  • Macomb Township
  • Southfield
  • Wyoming
  • Rochester Hills
  • Waterford Township
  • Taylor
  • St. Clair Shores
  • Dearborn Heights
  • West Bloomfield Township
  • Royal Oak
  • Novi
  • Battle Creek
  • Kentwood
  • East Lansing
  • Roseville
  • Portgage
  • Georgetown Township
  • All other areas throughout the state of Michigan.

Uber Accidents and Insurance Coverage in Michigan

Wether your car accident happened in Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Kent County, Genesee County, Washtenaw County, Ingham County, Ottawa County, Kalamazoo County, Saginaw County, Livingston County, Muskegon County, St. Clair County, Jackson County, Berrien County, Monroe County, Calhoun County, Allegan County, Bay County, Eaton County, Lenawee County, Lapeer County, Grand Traverse County, or Midland County – we can help you. If you want to get the most money possible following a car accident, it will depend on how much money the driver has on their insurance policy. The policy of a normal driver is usually just standard auto insurance. However, rideshare companies like Uber, have a $1,000,000 insurance policy for both their liability and uninsured/underinsured driver coverage. Feel comfortable knowing that they definitely have enough money for any injuries/problems you may have acquired from this accident. Some of these include, but are not limited to:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Physical therapy expenses
  • Medical expenses
  • Current lost wages
  • Chiropractic expenses
  • Any future wages lost
  • Past lost wages from the inability to work
  • Any expenses that may be related to your accident

Time Limits to File Uber Accident Lawsuits in Michigan

According to Michigan law, you have 3 years from the time of the crash to recover any damages against whoever it was that caused you this pain. You’ll want to make sure you have as much evidence as you can because when you get injured in an accident, the insurance company’s game is to look for any way not to pay. Make sure you don’t delay in speaking with a lawyer, because while you are working on your case – Uber’s team is working on theirs.

Choosing the Right Michigan Uber Accident Attorneys

Looking for someone to represent you in Michigan amongst 35,236 lawyers can be overwhelming. First, we recommend that you find a law firm that specifically handles personal injury cases. Second, make sure the lawyer you’re interested in has good results. Third, look online and make sure most of their reviews are positive. Having these tips should help lead you in the right direction of finding a good Uber Michigan accident attorney. Call us right away if you have any questions, or to talk about your legal rights.