Young Man Killed in Ride Share Accident
Family Questions Liability of Ride Share Company
If You or Someone You Love Has Been The Victim Of An Accident While Being A Passenger In A Ride Share, This Could Be Valuable Information.
With more and more people utilizing ride shares, concerns for passenger safety arise after a string of accidents involving ride sharing.
After the death of 20-year-old Pablo Sanchez, Jr. on December 27, 2015, in Miami, Florida, the family filed suit against the ride share driver, the ride share company, and the driver of the other automobile involved.
Mr. Sanchez had been the passenger of a ride share after leaving a Miami nightclub at 4:45 am. The GMC Yukon that was transporting Mr. Sanchez and 2 other passengers was making a left-hand turn onto SW 144th Street when it was struck by a Toyota Corolla. The Yukon rolled over, and both vehicles began to burn.
According to police reports, Mr. Sanchez was the only casualty of the crash.
As more and more people are turning to ride sharing as an alternative to the more regulated taxi services, there has also been an increase in accidents involving ride-share drivers. Transportation Networking Companies, as ride sharing companies are considered, are now seeing laws being passed to catch up to this new arena of getting from point A to point B.
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