Uber and Lyft both carry a $1 million insurance policy as soon as a passenger enters a driver’s car. If your driver gets into an accident during your trip and you suffer any damages, you are able to file a claim against the Uber or Lyft car insurance policy. In addition, if you or a loved one is involved in an accident as a pedestrian, bicyclist, or motorcyclist and a ridesharing driver hits you while logged into the app, you can file a claim against the company insurance policy. Additionally, Lyft also allows up to $100,000 in insurance for their drivers if they are underinsured or completely uninsured. If you are ever injured in rideshare accident by an Uber or Lyft, make sure to contact the Law Offices of Ken Frankel and we will explain your rights and determine the best options for your case.