Proving Liability in an Uber Accident
Since the founding of Uber in 2009, ridesharing services have expanded rapidly. Part transportation and part social network, these companies have proven themselves to be viable alternatives to Taxi services. However, like any new industry, a number of legal questions remain.
Typically, rideshare services like Uber have fought to keep company liability to a minimum. From classifying drivers as independent contractors rather than employees to fighting litigation that would require stiffer regulations and licensing, rideshare services seek to keep themselves as distanced from their driver’s actions and negligence as possible. This is why you need a knowledgeable and capable attorney to represent you in your Uber accident claim.
Uber Accident Attorneys Ready to Represent You
If you are involved in a crash with an Uber vehicle, take immediate action to protect your claim compensation. Contact Thomas J. Henry Law. Our team of more than 200 attorneys has knowledge and resources to pursue your claim aggressively and effectively.
We are available 24/7, nights and weekends. Our firm has offices in Corpus Christi, San Antonio, and Austin, serving clients across Texas and nationwide. Call us today for a free case review.