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Articles Tagged with UBER LAWYER

MIAMI ACCIDENT LAWYERS SHARES INSIGHT ON HIGHWAY BUS ACCIDENTS – CAUSE AND EFFECT

In Miami, the accident lawyers at the Perazzo Law Firm understand that long distance buses sometimes break down on the road and other times are involved in accidents that lead to injuries and losses to passengers and other motorists. Most often, long distance bus accidents that occur on the highway are the result of either poor maintenance of the vehicles or human error or negligence.

When a driver or bus company employee acts negligently, which can be by failing to maintain equipment in proper manner, speeding, tailgating, or another form of negligence, accidents may happen that result in injury or death to passengers or other motorists.

THE MIAMI LAWYERS AT THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SHARE INSIGHT INTO UBER RELATED CRIMES AND PERSONAL INJURY ACCIDENT CLAIMS

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In Miami, Uber and other rideshare services companies provide residents and visitors with reliable transportation at a reasonable cost. But what happens when an Uber driver, passenger, or third party individual is involved in an accident or suffers wrongdoing from criminal activity during an Uber ride? That is a question that Jonathan Perazzo, personal injury attorney and founder of the Perazzo Law Firm in Miami, is ready to answer for you now (see also What to do after an Uber Accident).

MIAMI UBER ACCIDENT LAWYER SHARES LATEST UBER / LYFT ACCIDENTS INVOLVING CRIMINAL ACTIVITY.

UBER IN MIAMI DURING THE COVID PANDEMIC

COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300In Miami, the personal injury lawyer, Jonathan Perazzo, shares insight into Uber during the COVID pandemic, and how to stay safe before, during, and after an Uber ride in Miami-Dade.

The rideshare share services company, Uber, has played a crucial role in keeping Miami residents connected, by providing transportation to essential workers such as doctors and nurses, delivering goods to those under quarantine, and much more. For example, Uber provided some 300,000 free rides and meals for NHS workers and createdUber Medics, a service which allowed drivers to support frontline staff when non-essential travel was restricted. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, some 290,000 U.S. citizens have died, with 253,000 reported COVID cases in Miami-Dade alone. This is why, Uber has requested Governor DeSantis to allow its workers to be among the first to receive the COVID vaccine, which Pfizer is expected to deliver in the coming weeks according to the FDA.

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