victims assaulted by an uber® or lyft® driver may be entitled to compensation

victims assaulted by an uber® or lyft® driver may be entitled to compensation

Rideshare victims are coming forward to hold uber® and lyft® accountable.


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The Danger Behind Lyft® & Uber®

Millions of Americans trust ridesharing applications such as uber® and lyft® to safely get them to their destination. however, many passengers find themselves victims of assault perpetrated by rideshare drivers.

Rates of assaults have increased dramatically as more users join ridesharing platforms. Advocates continue to allege that thousands of assault victims have still not come forward.

Victims that have been assaulted while taking an uber® or lyft® are encouraged to come forward for a 100% confidential case review. Receiving a case review is free and comes with no obligation.

Some common examples of assault can include:

  • unwanted physical advances
  • use of force or intimidation
  • unwanted contact
  • statements of threats
  • and much more
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Rideshare Assaults In The News


Thousands of victims begin to come forward and file individual claims for compensation.


Uber® is fined $59 million after failing to hand over reports of assaults to government officials


Uber® confirms 6,000+ cases of assault claims in the past 2 years


A woman takes uber® to court after the company failed to prevent her assault by a driver

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