Started rideshare driving and paid Farmers for 'rideshare' insurance. Six months after I got the policy I had a fenderbender while carrying a rideshare passenger. Farmers said its 'rideshare' insurance doesn't cover anything if you're actually engaged in rideshare driving. The claims wound up going to the company and I lost my job. Now I can't find another job. If all you need is legally or contractually-required coverage Farmers is cheap but if you need actual insurance maybe you should keep looking. My question is: should I hire an attorney? The damage to my income has probably been more than the claims.