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Safety First in Florida: Advice From Uber & Lyft Attorneys | It Could Save Your Life

Just over three years ago, a 30-year-old Uber driver slammed into the back of a semi-truck on U.S. Route 17 in Orlando, FL. Two months later, the same Uber driver was arrested for DUI manslaughter and vehicular homicide. His decision to get high on meth and marijuana that night came with a heavy cost: Pascual suffered a severe head injury and died at the scene. We see tragic stories like this on the news every day. But when they’re told to us on a 2D screen, a dimension away from tangible reality, most of us feel safe and insusceptible to… Read More

Who Do You Sue When Injured In A Rideshare Accident?

How to get the compensation you deserve by working with an experienced rideshare compensation lawyer. Being involved in an Uber or Lyft accident can leave you wondering: How do I move forward from this situation with the proper support? Such big companies can make resolving these issues confusing and stressful, especially when dealing with an injury. Knowing who to talk to and which entity to hold accountable varies from situation to situation. This makes suing for a rideshare accident difficult even though it doesn’t have to be. In this article, we’ll explain who you should seek compensation from after an… Read More

Uber Or Lyft Leave You Injured? Don’t Compromise On Compensation

Suing After An Uber Or Lyft Accident: A Guide For Florida Rideshare Passengers, By Trusted Uber & Lyft Accident Lawyers Can Injured Passengers Sue For An Uber Or Lyft Accident? It’s a good question – and one of the most asked by Floridians who need an Uber and Lyft accident attorney. The answer is yes, but it relates to a more critical, two-part question: when is it necessary to sue, and how do you know whom to sue? The first thing to understand is that Florida is a ‘no-fault’ state, meaning all Florida drivers must carry $10,000 in personal injury… Read More

Is Your Florida Rideshare Insured?

The What, When, And How Of Uber And Lyft Insurance Coverage The rideshare industry – and the insurance that covers it – is new in the grand scheme of things. This means you must be aware of the latest updates and changes; doing so will aid you in the event of an accident, whether you’re a driver or a passenger. What many people don’t realize is that Uber and Lyft are liable for accidents only during specific times, which are dependent upon the status of the driver’s app. In addition, the amount of coverage provided by Uber and Lyft varies… Read More

Did Your Rideshare Trip End In Disaster? Five Critical Things To Know

A Passenger’s Guide To Uber And Lyft Crashes In Florida Rideshare services like Uber and Lyft enable people to get somewhere quickly, easily, and efficiently. Unfortunately, a rideshare experience can end up being more of a setback than anything else – particularly when there’s an accident between point A and point B. Your day comes to a screeching halt, and suddenly you face months of accident aftermath, which might include physical recovery from your injuries, seemingly endless calls between insurance companies, and, most importantly, time away from the activities you enjoy. During difficult times like these, rideshare accident lawyers in… Read More

Ridesharing And Drunk Driving: What’s The Connection?

It’s Saturday night in South Florida, and you’ve been out with your friends, catching up and checking out the newest bars. As the night is wrapping up and you head toward your car, you pause to consider whether you’re really “okay” to drive. You play it safe, pulling out your phone and opening a rideshare app for a quick, convenient, safe ride home. Millions of people have done this since the rise of Uber and Lyft, meaning fewer drunk drivers are on the road – not just in popular cities like Fort Lauderdale and Hallandale Beach, Florida, but across the… Read More

Stephanie Fenstersheib Personal Injury Attorney

Stephanie Fenstersheib of Fenstersheib Law Group in Hallandale recently completed a 30-mile mountain spartan race. It was a tough 14-hour race on steep terrain. Still, the personal injury lawyer pushed through to the finish line. That tenacity carries over into her professional life too she never gives up. Fenstersheib Law Group’s main goal is helping those who are victims of accidents which require legal assistance. They’ve represented countless accident victims with injuries resulting from auto accidents, truck accidents and slip and falls, as well as wrongful death claims. Their firm has also fought many class action lawsuits against large corporations.… Read More

Robert David Fenstersheib Personal Injury Attorney

For Robert David Fenstersheib of Fenstersheib Law Group, practicing personal injury law is a family business. He goes above and beyond to carry on the legacy of his late father, who began the practice more than 39 years ago. Every client that he and his sister, Stephanie Fentersheib, who is also a personal injury attorney, meet gets treated with individualized care. “Our clients are very important to us,” he says. “We treat every case as if they were family because we want them to be heard and to know someone is advocating for their pain.” Earning his law degree from… Read More

Breaking Down Coverage: A Quick Q&A

1. What Kind Of “Personal Auto Insurance” Are Rideshare Drivers Required To Carry In Florida, And When Does It Apply? Very few rideshare drivers carry anything beyond a run-of-the-mill personal policy, just like most people on the road. Many drivers who use their vehicles to make money need to purchase a commercial rather than a personal policy. However, this comes at a hefty price, and since it isn’t a requirement for Uber or Lyft drivers in Florida, not many are willing to pay it. Here’s the critical piece of information: personal policies (without special endorsements for rideshare drivers) do not… Read More

Uber And Lyft Insurance Coverage In Florida: How And When Does It Work?

Everything changes with the click of a button – at least when it comes to rideshare insurance coverage. As soon as a rideshare driver opens the Uber or Lyft app and makes themselves available to pick up passengers, Uber or Lyft insurance kicks in to provide additional coverage, beyond the limits of the rideshare driver’s personal auto insurance policy. But how much coverage does it provide? Who does it apply to? And does it increase once a passenger’s actually been picked up? These are the questions that all rideshare passengers and drivers should know how to answer, so let’s start… Read More


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