Rideshare Accident Insurance Investigation

Were you asked to give a recorded statement after your Uber or Lyft injury? Learn how we can help with a rideshare accident insurance investigation.

Question:

Should I talk to the insurance company after a rideshare accident?

Answer:

A question that I get often from someone that was a passenger in a rideshare accident is if they should go ahead and give a statement to the insurance adjuster. I always tell my clients that it’s not a good idea to give a recorded statement unless they absolutely have to, and that’s rarely the case. Rideshare Accident Insurance Investigation If you’re curious if you need to give a statement, whether it be recorded or not, to the adjuster in the rideshare accident, make sure you contact a lawyer. You don’t want to go ahead and start giving statements that they might try to use against you later. If you have any questions, we’d like to hear from you. We’re located in Miami, but we handle cases throughout Florida.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured as a passenger in an Uber or Lyft vehicle and have questions about talking to an insurance company?
Contact Bobby Nuñez, an experienced Miami rideshare accident attorney, to get the compensation you deserve.
Call Nuñez Law today to schedule a free consultation.

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