Hold Lyft, Uber & Other Such Companies Responsible
With rideshare and vehicle rental companies on the rise, there are more
and more drivers spending hours on the road. According to one study, this
fatal accidents by
as much as 3 percent, both for motorists and pedestrians. When people are injured by these
rideshare drivers, their employer is responsible to cover all the resulting damage.
MAS Law helps clients involved in these kinds of accidents to obtain the compensation
they need to fully recover from their injuries and move forward. Call
us if you were in an accident with an Uber or Lyft driver, or if you rented
a faulty vehicle.
Schedule your initial consultationwith MAS Law today by dialing (972) 460-9339 or
contacting our nationwide law firm online.
A Change in the Industry
Ridesharing has had a huge impact on the way people choose to travel. Where
before taxi drivers were required to obtain a commercial driver’s
license before they could take money for transportation, ridesharing has
made it possible for nearly
anyone with a smartphone to operate a car professionally. Prior to 2017, traffic accidents were on the decline, but since then,
they have increased significantly.
Some reasons these drivers cause more accidents are:
- They spend more time driving between rides
- Uber and Lyft do not require commercial driver’s licenses for their employees
- The cars they operate are not held to the same safety standards as taxis
- They are unfamiliar with the areas where they are working
- They spend many hours behind the wheel without rest
While these companies provide unprecedented convenience, the truth is they
also cost more in dangerous driving conditions. Those who are injured
need to seek legal help and hold these companies accountable for the damage
their drivers cause.
Rental Scooter Problems
When you rent an electric scooter, you have almost no idea whether or not
it is safe. While rental companies reassure their customers that the scooter
they are about to ride will work properly,
the numbers show that this not true. In fact, these vehicles result in much higher accident rates for operators
due to poor safety controls.
Before renting any scooter, you should make sure:
- The brakes are not squishy
- The tires have enough tread
- The frame is not damaged or bent
If you were injured due to a defective scooter, MAS Law can help you build
a strong case for obtaining the compensation you need for your injuries.
We have handled many scooter rental issues that resulted in favorable
outcomes for our clients. It is important that these companies are held
accountable and required to implement better safety controls for their
Our Experienced Nationwide Team
Our lead rideshare scooter accident attorney, Mohamad Said, has been named to
Rising Stars℠ for three years in a row. He is also the recipient of Avvo’s 2014
Clients’ Choice award. Our team’s commitment to your favorable
outcome helps us identify the strengths and weaknesses of your case, then
build a strong strategy. Let us help you.
Contact us online or call (972) 460-9339 now to begin.