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New York Car Service Accident Attorneys

Car service is steadily gaining popularity throughout New York City. Individuals can rent a car for a certain period of time to take care of errands or trips that would otherwise be inconvenient or impossible through other means of public transportation. Companies such as Uber are increasingly used to rent these vehicles. Other programs allow residents to share time using cars and vehicles each month. Limos and livery services are also available.

As more residents turn to car services for day-to-day tasks, there are inevitably more accidents as well. Just as with a common car accident, if you have been involved in an accident involving a car service, you have legal options to recover compensation for the injuries or disrepair you have incurred.

Representing Innocently Injured Victims

At Sullivan & Brill, LLP, we will thoroughly investigate the details of the accident and determine where fault and liability lie. Our attorneys will recover and preserve all evidence that will contribute to this claim. This evidence can include additional documentation of the car's use such as logbooks, driving schedules and other records of where the car traveled, who was driving and how it was being used. We will also look into the repair and maintenance of the car to determine if this played a role in the accident.

Because the car is owned by a certain company or party, there is an additional party potentially seeking to avoid liability. It is important that you have a knowledgeable lawyer on your side who is equipped to fight for full compensation that you deserve and need to cover the bills incurred from the accident.

To learn more about how we can help you recover maximum damages following a car accident involving car service, please contact our transportation accident attorneys at our Brooklyn, New York law firm today. 

Areas We Serve

Our firm serves clients throughout New York State, including New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, Binghamton, Albany, Syracuse, and Long Island.

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