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If you have been either struck by a car with a Lyft driver or if you were a passenger in a car with a Lyft driver, then you have a claim or lawsuit against Lyft, as well as the driver, for your injuries. Suing Lyft is not easy and they often try to either fight or deny claims made against them.

The Jackman Law Firm has the experience and track record to make sure you are fairly compensated for your losses. This includes getting you money for:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Out of pocket expenses
  • Pain and suffering

If you have questions about what Lyft will cover and how much you may be able to receive for your injuries, feel free to call The Jackman Law Firm for a free consultation to discuss how we can help you.


After getting into an accident with a Lyft driver, you are likely wondering how to make a claim against the company so they can pay your medical bills, pain and suffering, and any wages you might have lost at work. It’s important to understand that suing Lyft or making a claim against them can be challenging and not like a normal car accident case.

Lyft can deny paying you anything if they can prove that when you were in a car accident with Lyft the driver had the app off. In this case, if the driver of the Lyft had car insurance, then the driver’s insurance company will be the one to pay your damages. It is therefore very important to figure out if the Lyft app was on and if it was not, if the driver had active car insurance.

If the Lyft driver was waiting for a match with another car when the accident happened, then once again, the driver’s insurance company should pay your damages. If that company refuses, however, then Lyft will pay $50,000 in injuries to your body and $25,000 damage to your car.

If the Lyft driver had the app on and was picking up or dropping off a driver at the time of the accident, then Lyft’s insurance policy will apply. In this case, there will be $1,000,000 in insurance available to cover your damages.

It is very important to understand which category applies to your Lyft accident.