Should I Speak to an Uber or Lyft Representative After an Injury?

After an accident, a representative from Uber or Lyft may try to contact you for a recorded statement. Watch this video by experienced South Carolina rideshare accident lawyer Matthew Breen to find out whether you should agree to speak with a company representative following an injury in an Uber or Lyft. 

If you or someone you love was injured in an Uber, Lyft, Taxi, or another rideshare service due to the carelessness, recklessness, or wrongful conduct of another, contact Lowcountry Law, LLC for a free consultation. We will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.


Were you injured while riding in an Uber and have questions about whether you should speak to an Uber representative if they contact you? You can speak with them, but only to the extent that you get their name and their contact info.

You don’t want to be talking to them because you don’t know that you might say something that can hurt your case or even hurt your case really badly. You just need to get other contact info.

You need to hire me as your lawyer. I can talk with them because we don’t want you to maybe say something wrong. And I will be the one dealing with them, so you don’t have to have any headaches about that. Hire me as your lawyer. You don’t have to have anything headaches in your claim.

If you or someone you love was injured while riding in an Uber in South Carolina, schedule a free consultation with dedicated Uber injury attorney Matthew Breen and let his experience work for you.