Rideshare Accidents

Data analyzed from five major metropolitan cities, including Seattle, shows rideshare services such as Uber are spending more time driving passengers and logging more miles driven than traditional taxi services. Unfortunately, with rideshare's increasing popularity, accidents are also on the rise.  For example, New York found that accidents had tripled in their city from 2014 to 2016.

Whether you are a driver or passenger who has been injured in a rideshare accident, the insurance process can become complicated quickly as there are coverages available through both the ridesharing service and the drivers' own policy.

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