Over the past few years, commercial ride-sharing businesses, also known as Transportation Network Companies, have gained much popularity nationwide.
While every personal auto insurance policy differs, most contain exclusions when a person uses their vehicle for commercial ride-sharing services. These services may not be subject to the same requirements that apply to taxis and limousines. Navigating subrogation in this new space, when multiple parties and contracts are involved can be challenging. Ignoring these costs can also affect your bottom line significantly. Wilber’s continued education and training programs ensure maximum recovery even when dealing with new markets like ride-share or autonomous driving.
Subrogation can be a complex process, and it may involve negotiations or legal action to recover damages. As a final option, certain files are escalated to our litigation department to be placed with one of our network attorneys to file litigation.