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I Was Hit By a Grubhub Driver. Who Will Pay My Medical Bills?

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Question: I was hit by a Grubhub driver. My car was totaled and I had to go to the hospital. I will need more medical treatment. Who will pay?

Answer: Grubhub does not provide liability coverage for their drivers. They require their drivers to carry their own auto insurance. The problem is: the Grubhub driver’s personal auto insurance may not cover the accident because the driver was driving for a delivery service.

If you were seriously injured in the accident, and it sounds like you were, you should have a consultation with a personal injury attorney. We will investigate all possible sources of recovery, including Grubhub, the driver’s personal auto insurance carrier, and whether you had uninsured motorist coverage on your own policy.

App delivery drivers like Grubhub, Postmates, UberEats and DoorDash are prone to causing accidents. Why? Because they are often driving in unfamiliar areas, rushing to make their delivery, distracted by the app, searching for a house number and tired.

If the delivery driver was at fault for the accident, you are entitled to make a claim for:

  • Medical bills – past and future
  • Loss of earnings – past and future
  • Property damage
  • Pain and suffering

The car accident lawyers at McGee, Lerer & Associates are experienced at holding delivery companies responsible for the harm their drivers' cause. Call us for a free consultation. We are available 24/7. If you decide to hire us, you pay us nothing upfront. We get paid at the end of the case, out of the money we collect from the insurance company. If we collect nothing, we’re paid nothing. Read more about our fee here.

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