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May 2018

Uber/Lyft Accidents
May 29, 2018

Injured in a Lyft? Call an Accident Attorney

Some of the facts involved in a Lyft car accident make it unlike any other motor vehicle collision. As such, accident victims are often left feeling unsure of their legal rights or the next step that should be taken. This uncertainty can be resolved by choosing to call a Lyft accident attorney. Speaking with a Lyft accident lawyer will ensure…
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Uber/Lyft Accidents
May 29, 2018

Ride-Sharing Accident Attorney Tips

Any accident is necessarily unexpected, which almost always leads to a strong sense of confusion and vulnerability for accident victims. Still, that is perhaps especially true for passengers who are injured in ride-sharing accidents. Regardless of whether you were injured in a ride-sharing accident as a passenger, driver or pedestrian, it is important to know there are unique legal issues…
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Uber/Lyft Accidents
May 29, 2018

Just Because You Are In An Uber Doesn't Mean You Don't Need To Wear Your Seatbelt

If you take the time to read over Uber's seatbelt policy, you may be surprised to learn that Uber does not require passengers to buckle up. Instead, strongly urges riders to buckle up, while also advising drivers to remind passengers that wearing a seatbelt if often required by state law. In other words, just because you are riding in an Uber does…
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Uber/Lyft Accidents
May 28, 2018

Speak To An Accident Attorney After An Uber Accident

If you or a loved one has been injured in an Uber accident, it is in your best interests to explore your legal rights with the help of an Uber accident attorney. At The Ledger Law Firm, our team of lawyers have earned a national reputation for helping deserving accident victims recover the compensation needed to heal and receive justice…
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Uber/Lyft Accidents
May 25, 2018

Attorneys Who Represent Uber Drivers When The Car Accident Was Not Their Fault

Like any other accident, it is quite possible for an Uber driver to get into an accident that was not their fault. However, this fact is complicated by the fact that ride-hailing makes it easier for a contentious blame game of sorts to begin. Injured passengers or other victims may believe that an innocent Uber driver was legally at-fault for…
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Workers Compensation
May 7, 2018

Can You Still Receive CA Workers’ Comp If You Were at Fault?

California law on workers' compensation details the fact that the state utilizes a "no-fault" benefits system. Effectively, this means that an injured California worker does not need to prove that an employer's negligence or legal wrongdoing caused the employee's injury to receive benefits. Instead, an injured California worker must generally only prove that the illness or injury arose from the…
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