What happens if my Queensland ridesharing driver crashes and is at-fault?
If your ridesharing driver crashes and is at fault, there are a few things that may happen.
Firstly, if you have sustained any injuries, it is important to seek medical attention immediately. In terms of insurance, the driver’s compulsory third-party (CTP) insurance should cover your medical expenses and any potential rehabilitation costs.
Additionally, if you have suffered any loss or damage to your property, you may be able to make a claim against the driver’s comprehensive car insurance.
It is advisable to gather as much evidence as possible, such as photographs of the accident scene and any relevant documents, to support your claim.
It is also important to report the accident to the ridesharing company and provide them with all the necessary information.
They may have their own insurance policies in place to cover any additional damages.
Call our Rideshare Accident Lawyers and we help you today.