In all corners of the country, ridesharing apps such as Lyft have surged in popularity. For tourists and locals alike, Lyft and its competitors have made getting from Point A to Point B easier and more affordable. Yet while there are advantages to ridesharing services, the same risks of traveling in any vehicle apply: No matter where you’re headed, there’s always the chance of an accident.
While many victims of ridesharing accidents walk away with minor injuries or none at all, not everyone is so fortunate. From spinal cord trauma and traumatic brain injuries to whiplash and broken bones, the victims in Lyft accidents often suffer severe ailments. You might be wondering, what happens if I take a Lyft and get hurt in a collision?