Accidents Happen. LegalRideshare Provides Uber Drivers With Helpful Steps on How to Handle Them.

As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease and ride-hailing usage increases, the inevitability of accidents will also be on the rise. LegalRideshare, the only firm entirely dedicated to accidents and injuries, sheds light on what Uber drivers, delivery drivers and gig workers should do in these situations.     
The top four steps include: 
“One of the biggest mistakes people make after a crash is failing to obtain timely medical treatment,” said Bryant Greening, an attorney and co-founder of LegalRideshare. “Long gaps between the date of an accident and medical care are devastating to bodily injury claims. It allows the insurance company to argue the accident did not cause the injury.” 
As the leading law firm for gig economy workers, LegalRideshare has secured millions of dollars for injured drivers, passengers, and victims. The firm serves as the national voice on gig economy law, policy and safety issues, having been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, CNN, and many other national media outlets. 
To learn more about how the LegalRideshare team can provide important information or legal representation regarding ridesharing accidents, please visit its website.
About LegalRideshare
LegalRideshare is the first law firm in the United States to focus exclusively on Uber®, Lyft®, and gig economy accidents and injuries.
Since its inception, LegalRideshare has grown into a national brand. Its lawyers are the go-to source on rideshare-related issues, serving hundreds of clients and securing millions of dollars for injured drivers and passengers. Follow LegalRideshare on Twitter and Facebook.
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Source: LegalRideshare