New Jersey SuperShuttle Accident Attorney

SuperShuttle is a popular transportation option for people who are flying in and out of airports in New Jersey and the surrounding areas. This shared van service positions itself as a safe and reliable way to catch a flight or travel to a new destination as opposed to Uber or Lyft.  However, serious accidents can happen while you are taking a SuperShuttle.

If you are hurt in a SuperShuttle accident, the lawyers at Brady Reilly & Cardoso, LLC can help. Since 1965, our attorneys have fought for the rights of injured people across New Jersey, and we will advocate aggressively to achieve an optimal outcome in your case.

Why Choose Our New Jersey SuperShuttle Lawyers for Your Case

  • Our firm has over 50 years of personal injury experience. We will leverage the full power of our skills, knowledge, and resources to strengthen your claim.
  • Our New Jersey SuperShuttle accident attorneys understand the complexities of SuperShuttle accident claims. We will handle all aspects of your case on your behalf so you can focus on recovery.
  • We operate on a contingency fee basis. If we do not win a financial settlement in your case, you will not be charged any legal fees.

Common Causes of SuperShuttle Accidents

Many factors can contribute to a SuperShuttle accident, including bad weather, dangerous roads, and negligent driving. The size of these vehicles can make these accidents particularly dangerous, leading to serious injuries for passengers and drivers alike.

Below are a few common causes of SuperShuttle accidents:

  • Speeding
  • Distracted driving
  • Lack of proper driver training or licensing
  • Dangerous and defective vehicle parts
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Failure to yield the right of way

How to Recover Compensation After a SuperShuttle Collision

SuperShuttle collisions can lead to serious and sometimes fatal injuries, like brain damage, broken bones, and paralysis. Many victims require extensive medical care and need to spend a long time away from work, leading to financial hardship on top of physical and emotional trauma.

You have the right to pursue a lawsuit against the person or entity responsible for your New Jersey SuperShuttle accident. You could name multiple defendants in your lawsuit, such as the following:

  • The Driver: If a driver’s negligent behavior caused your accident, you could file a claim against him or her directly. Examples of driver negligence may include speeding or running a red light or stop sign. If the at-fault driver is a New Jersey SuperShuttle employee, you could file a lawsuit against the company as well.
  • The Driver’s Employer: Companies are liable for any accidents caused by their employees while they are performing their job duties. However, some SuperShuttle accidents are caused by company negligence. You could file a lawsuit against the company if its actions contributed to the accident, such as hiring unlicensed drivers.
  • A Manufacturer: Some SuperShuttle accidents occur due to defective products, like vehicle parts. If you believe that a defective product caused your accident, you could file a lawsuit against the manufacturer, distributor, or retailer of that item.

Contact Brady Reilly & Cardoso, LLC Today

If you are injured in a New Jersey SuperShuttle accident, speak to the attorneys at Brady Reilly & Cardoso, LLC. We can help you better understand your legal options, identify the liable parties, and plan your next steps.

Contact us today to schedule your free case consultation with a New Jersey SuperShuttle accident lawyer.