Operations

Injured Stretch Limo Passengers Fight For Insurance Coverage

Posted on January 6, 2015
To Hannah Linderholm, it sounded like a fun October Friday night — pile into a limo with friends and go to a haunted house. “We thought obviously, being safe, take a limo,” Linderholm said.


What Linderholm didn’t know was that Ansari’s Limos had no permit for a limousine service and the driver that night wasn’t legally qualified to drive one for business.

Minneapolis Star-Tribune article here

Related Topics: accidents, illegal operators, insurance policies, lawsuits, legal issues, Minnesota operators, passenger safety, Safety, Safety & Insurance

Comments ( 1 )
  • gustavo Chacon

     | about 3 years ago

    I believe That Only UBER and Lyft Operate W/O Insurance and Qualified Drivers . WOW I was Wrong !

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