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Uber And Lyft Accidents

Minnesota Uber Accident Attorney

Offering representation to people injured in Uber, Lyft, and other ride sharing accidents throughout Minnesota. Everyday Minnesotans entrust their safety and the safety of loved ones to ride sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft. Although these companies offer convenient means of travel, they are not always the safest means of travel.

Uber and Lyft drivers are constantly focusing on information being relayed from their cell phones, which often distracts their driving. Unfortunately, these distractions can result in painful and sometimes fatal consequences.

Texting and driving is illegal in Minnesota, however the technology used by ride share drivers like Uber drivers and Lyft drivers can create a similar distraction as texting.

If you or a loved one has been injured in an Uber accident or a Lyft accident, call the Sand Law Office for a free consultation. You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.


Do I have The Right To Sue If I have Been Injured In An Uber Accident Or A Lyft Accident In Minnesota?

Minnesota law affords people that have been injured by the wrongdoing of others to be compensated for their injuries. If you have been injured by the wrongdoing of another, you must protect your right to compensation and must act within the applicable statute of limitations. Do not allow insurance companies to bully you into settling a claim without the assistance of an experienced attorney. Ensure your right to seek compensation by contacting the Minnesota Uber and Lyft Accident Attorney today.

If I Have A Claim, How Much Will It Cost For The Minnesota Uber Accident Lawyer To Represent Me?

At the Sand Law Office, we offer representation on a contingency fee basis. Meaning that if there is no recovery in your case, there is no fee.

What Type Of Compensation Can I Recover For My Minnesota Uber Accident Claim?

  • Pain and Suffering

  • Disabilities Created as a Result of an Injury

  • Disfigurement

  • Embarrassment

  • Emotional Distress

  • Medical Expenses

  • Past Lost Wages

  • Future Lost Wages

  • Funeral Costs

  • Loss of Consortium (Care, comfort, or companionship of a loved one)

  • Loss of Future Economic Support

Where Does The Minnesota Uber Accident Lawyer Practice?

Our office handles personal injury and child injury cases throughout Minnesota. Call us at 651-291-SAND (651-291-7263) or email us for your free initial consultation.