Strengthening Your Case Against Ride-Hailing Companies
Thanks to Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing companies, New Jersey residents do not need to rely on expensive taxis or wait for public transportation to get around. Unfortunately, as more people use these services, there are more opportunities for ride-hailing accidents to occur.
You will need to address several factors if you decide to take legal action against a ride-hailing company after a preventable auto collision. Our attorneys at The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger remain current with New Jersey statutes that regulate the ride-hailing sector and establish obligations these companies have to accident victims. We use this insight to get results when we file claims against ride-hailing companies and their insurers.
A Proven Legal Ally For Intricate Accident Claims
For over 40 years, our legal team has fought for our clients and won favorable outcomes. We regularly challenge insurance providers in court and in negotiations when they refuse to pay our clients a fair settlement for injuries and expenses.
Whether you suffered injuries as a passenger or a pedestrian, we are qualified to take your case. Our lawyers have a substantial understanding of accident insurance policies that ride-hailing companies purchase. We can examine these policies and determine the type of compensation they allow. When you partner with us, we will tailor our approach according to policy terms and the events surrounding your accident.
Ride-hailing companies and their insurers will not back down from a legal conflict when profits are at stake. This is why you need a legal ally in your corner when you are using the law to hold them accountable for negligent or reckless actions. We will zealously promote your interests from day one until your matter is resolved.
Consult With Us To Begin The Process Today
Get an honest assessment of your claim’s value when you consult with us in Freehold, Toms River or Point Pleasant. You can easily schedule a free car accident consultation with a lawyer by filling out our online form or calling 732-702-0333.