The rideshare service known as Uber has exploded in popularity across the country and Beaver County is no exception. Thousands of people use this service on a daily basis to get to and from work, class, the grocery store, the doctor, the library, the gym, and many other places. If you’ve used Uber in the past and felt uncomfortable or not safe enough, you understand how dangerous this service is. There’s no guarantee that the driver behind the wheel has a clean record (both regarding driving and crime) or that their vehicle is in good working condition. A Beaver County Uber accident attorney from the team of Shenderovich, Shenderovich, and Fishman is here to answer all of your questions following such an incident.
If you’ve used Uber in the past and found it convenient it might be difficult to understand why it can be such a dangerous service. Uber seems like a smart, convenient idea, especially for those who have spent a night out on the town and enjoyed some adult beverages. Despite this, the rideshare service can be very dangerous to use. Below is a list of some of the reason why Uber is dangerous:
If you find yourself involved in an accident while riding in an Uber in the Beaver County area you need to know what to do in the moments immediately following the crash. What you do as a passenger in an Uber accident can help your chances of recovering compensation for injuries suffered as a result of the crash. Some important Uber accident tips are listed below:
It’s important for you to fulfill the entire list of tips above if you are ever involved in an Uber accident. Doing so will improve your chances of obtaining compensation for your injuries. That compensation can then be used to cover medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and more.
The team of Shenderovich, Shenderovich, and Fishman has decades of experience handling personal injury cases involving motor vehicle crashes in the Beaver County area. Now that Uber has begun operations in the city and surrounding areas our team has started representing victims of Uber accidents. Contact the office at 888-98-TWINS(89467) today to schedule a consultation about your case.
Make an appointment at our Pittsburgh office for your free consultation. We are confident that you will trust us with your legal needs and fight for what you deserve. We do not charge a fee for personally consulting with you. In every new case, our fee is only 25%. There is no fee unless recovery is made. We invite you to review the significant Pittsburgh, PA personal injury cases we have won.