Uber Eats is an online food delivery platform launched by Uber in 2014. The app is designed by keeping in mind the convenience of customers and drivers. But things lack clarity when it comes to accidents involving Uber Eats vehicles. If at all you are involved in an accident, our experienced accident attorneys will help you with every legal task starting from deciding the liability to finding out the ways of compensation.
Things That Happen After An Uber Eats Accident
Drivers of Uber Eats vehicles are treated as independent contractors with their own auto insurance. The additional vehicle insurance coverage offered by Uber to their drivers is as follows:
- At least $1 million third party liability coverage
- Contingent collision and comprehensive coverage with $1000 deductible
- Uninsured/Underinsured motorist with $1 million total coverage for bodily injury
The drivers will not be covered by Uber’s insurance policy unless they are actively using the Uber Eats platform during this period. Hence accidents taking place when the driver is not driving for Uber Eats will be covered by the personal vehicle insurance of the driver.
For people who suffered injuries in Uber Eats accident, getting deserving compensation is a process that is quite complex. Insurance companies attempt to reduce or delay the compensation they are obliged to pay the injured victims. If you are struggling with legal complications in your attempt to seek compensation, we are here to help.
Contact Us Today If You Are Ever Involved In An Uber Eats Accident
Our firm has been operating for more than 25 years to protect the rights of accident victims and help them get the compensation they very much deserve. If you get injured in an Uber Eats accident, it is advisable to not talk to the insurance company directly. It is going to be a waste of time. We recommend you to call our expert attorney for legal advice.
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