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Taxi Accident Lawyer

Residents and visitors frequently call on local cab services to avoid parking fees at airports, to avoid DUIs, and to travel around town during major events, conventions, and conferences. Most of the time, taxis provide a safe, affordable, and convenient way to travel.

Your Taxi Accident Attorney

Most companies strive to deliver a safe ride experience for their customers, but accidents can and do happen. Whether a taxi caused your accident or you were in a taxi when an accident occurred, remember Fielding Law. We handle all accidents involving taxi cabs.

To learn more about your legal options after a taxi accident, contact our car accident lawyers today for a free consultation. (877) 727-8518 We are open 24/7

Taxis, unfortunately, are not immune to risks on the roadways. Taxi drivers and other vehicle drivers make mistakes every day. Vehicles malfunction, and road construction crews sometimes create hazards instead of preventing them. When taxis crash, our injury lawyers at Fielding Law are here to help injury victims navigate the complexities of the law and secure fair compensation for their losses.

Human Errors That Contribute to Taxi Accidents

While taxi accidents can happen as the result of an auto defect or hazardous condition, most accidents happen because of human error. Some of the most negligent driving behaviors that can contribute to taxi accidents include:

  • Intoxication. Taxi drivers and passenger vehicle drivers put peoples’ lives at risk when they choose to drive drunk or under the influence of drugs.
  • Distraction. Cell phone use, inattention, and other distractions can take a driver’s attention away from the road long enough to cause serious rear-end or head-on collisions, and more.
  • Poor business practices. When taxi drivers receive an unfair wage, they are more likely to rush to pick up more passengers and behave recklessly. Some taxi companies provide poor training for their drivers. These poor business practices can increase the risk of a taxi crashing on the roadways.

Understanding the causes of taxi accidents is the first step in securing fair compensation. In preventable taxi accidents, many different parties may face liability.

Liability in Taxi Accidents

Assigning fault in taxi accidents often requires a detailed investigation into the incident to determine contributing factors and liability.

The following parties may face liability for a taxi accident:

  • The taxi driver. If the driver was not behaving within his or her scope of employment at the time of the accident, you may hold the professional driver responsible for resulting injuries.
  • The taxi company. In most cases involving at-fault taxi drivers, the taxi company can be liable for the accident. Employers are responsible for vetting and training taxi drivers, for maintaining fleet vehicles, and for adhering to all applicable state regulations. If the taxi company’s failure contributed to the incident, it may shoulder liability for all injuries.
  • Other drivers. Taxi drivers are not always the at-fault party in accidents. Passenger vehicle drivers, commercial vehicle drivers, and others may crash into taxis, injuring the driver and any passengers in transit.
  • Auto manufacturers. When auto defects contribute to taxi accidents, injured individuals may file a claim against the manufacturer for its role in the incident.

Taxi accident claims may name one or more defendants, depending on the situation. At Fielding Law, we represent injured taxi passengers, other vehicle drivers and passengers, taxi drivers, pedestrians, and bicyclists in taxi-related accident claims.