Taxi And Limousine Accidents

Accidents involving taxis and limousines are unfortunately common. In some cases, the accident is caused by the negligence of the taxi or limousine driver, and in other cases someone else is responsible. As an injured passenger, you can sometimes feel caught in the middle between two insurance companies.

At Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante in New Haven, Connecticut, our attorneys have the experience to help you obtain the full compensation you deserve from all negligent parties. We represent passengers as well as injured cab and limousine drivers. Our law firm also represents cab companies in personal injury cases. Our experience handling both sides of accident cases gives us an in-depth understanding of the legalities and insurance involved. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.

Who Was At Fault?

Fault in taxi and limousine accidents is not always clear-cut. In an intersection accident, both sides may claim that the other failed to yield. In many cases there is shared liability. For example, one driver may be primarily at fault, while the other has contributory negligence for using a handheld cellphone or speeding.

As a passenger, you have a right to compensation from all liable parties. As a result, it is important for your attorney not only to identify who was at fault but which driver has enough insurance to cover your damages. Our lawyers have the experience to protect your interests in complex liability situations. We were recognized in the January 2013 edition of American Lawyer Media's award-winning publications Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer.

Contact Our Accident Attorneys | Free Consultation

When you are injured in a cab or limousine accident, the lawyers of Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante will take immediate steps to help you recover the full compensation you deserve. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 203-800-7343, toll free at 888-692-7403 or contact us online.

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