Virginia Taxi Cab Accidents
Virginia Attorney for Taxi Cab Accident Victims
Although most taxi cab drivers obey traffic laws and are concerned about the safety of their passengers, many of us have had the frightening experience of riding with an aggressive taxi cab driver who was speeding, weaving through traffic, running red lights and beating on his horn.
If you have been injured in an accident caused by a careless taxicab driver, you need a skilled accident lawyer like Michael N. Driscoll to analyze your legal options and speak for you. Michael N. Driscoll has over 20 years of legal experience and will personally handle your case, provide the services you need and deserve, and obtain maximum compensation for your injuries.
Get the Representation You Deserve
Taxi cab drivers spend long hours in the driver’s seat, deal with constant calls, and often drive when they are tired, becoming more easily distracted and at greater risk for accidents. If you were injured in an accident that occurred while you were riding in a taxi cab in Virginia, you need an experienced accident attorney who will look into not only the details of the accident, but also the driver’s qualifications, driving record, and the status of his license.
A Lawyer Who Will Fight For You
Cab drivers either work as independent contractors who own their own vehicles or are employed by a taxi cab company. Because of the different working arrangements involved, taxi cab accident cases can be much more complex than those involving private vehicles, and for this reason you need a lawyer who isn’t afraid to take on the cab company and their insurance carrier. A seasoned accident attorney like Michael N. Driscoll will advocate for you and help sort out the facts.
If you or someone you know has been the victim of a taxi cab accident, Virginia Attorney Michael N. Driscoll, P.C. will assist you in recovering the highest compensation possible. His hours are flexible, so email or call (703) 659-4423 to schedule your free consultation and talk about your legal rights.