Case Law Updates, Insurance, Application Evidence, UM/UIM Claims, and More
Who is liable: the rideshare company or the driver? During what phase of the ridesharing process did the accident happen, and what insurance applies? This 2022 rideshare accident guide will bring you up to speed with case law, policy language, and best practices for dealing with Uber, Lyft, and insurance companies. You will also get practical tips for navigating DoorDash and Uber Eats accidents. Grow your knowledge and practice skills - register today!
Find out how courts are ruling on critical issues, including whether drivers are independent contractors or employees.
Learn how to assess who is liable and what coverage applies based on phase of the ridesharing process.
Get tips for dealing with Uber, Lyft, and their insurance companies.
Discover how to handle accident cases involving DoorDash and Uber Eats delivery services.
Case Law Updates
Uber/Lyft vs. Ridesharing Driver: Who is Liable and What Policies Apply?
Plaintiffs’ Tips for Dealing With Rideshare Companies and Insurance Companies
Texts and Application Data: Discovery and Evidence Insights
Handling Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Claims Involving a Rideshare
Insights for Handling DoorDash and Uber Eats Injury Claims
Robert A Kezelis is a sole practitioner in Palos Heights, Illinois, where he practices in the areas of civil litigation, family law, and complex litigation. He is a former adjunct professor at John Marshall Law School, and in 1991, he was the first American professor invited to teach in Lithuania after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Mr. Kezelis has spoken for various professional groups on topics related to his areas of practice. He earned his B.A. degree from Northwestern University and his J.D. degree from John Marshall Law School. Mr. Kezelis is a member of the Chicago (member, Professional Responsibility, Civil Practice and Judicial Evaluation committees), Illinois State, and Lithuanian American (former president) bar associations, as well as the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association.
Zachary B Pyers is a partner in the Columbus, Ohio, office of Reminger Co., L.P.A., and is licensed to practice in Ohio, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. His practice focuses on civil litigation, including complex litigation, corporate and commercial litigation, professional liability, and general liability. Mr. Pyers has represented numerous professions in professional liability claims, including attorneys, accountants, architects, engineers, surveyors, builders, insurance agents, and investment advisors. He is an adjunct professor at Capital University Law School, where he teaches courses in depositions, e-discovery, and the school's mock trial competition team. Mr. Pyers earned his LL.M. degree, in business, at Capital University Law School. He earned his B.B.A. degree from Ohio University and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Capital University Law School.
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