Hundreds of Uber and Lyft passengers have filed lawsuit claims for sexual assault and abuse.

Now is your chance to hold Uber and Lyft accountable.

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If you or a loved one is a survivor of sexual assault or abuse during a rideshare, you may be entitled to financial compensation.


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Millions entrust Uber and Lyft for safe transportation each year. In Q4 2020, 93 million used Uber and 12.5 million used Lyft. However, rideshare rides bring potential risks to both passengers and drivers.

CNN Investigates Rideshare Sexual Assault and Abuse Incidents

In May 2018, the cable news network CNN found 103 Uber drivers who had been accused of sexually assaulting or abusing passengers between 2014-2018. The drivers have been arrested, were wanted by the police, or were named in civil suits. In addition, the network contacted over 20 police departments to obtain data on sexual assault complaints involving Uber or Lyft drivers.

Uber & Lyft Pledge to Release Disclosures

After the CNN investigation, Uber and Lyft pledged to release safety reports disclosing sexual abuse and assault incidents. While Uber did release a report in 2019, Lyft has not yet done so, three years after the investigation. Uber has not followed up on their 2019 report.

Hundreds of rideshare passengers have filed lawsuits against Uber and Lyft over alleged assault and abuse incidents, claiming the companies failed to protect passengers or warn them of abuse.



Uber Discloses Close to 6,000 Reports of Sexual Abuse

At the end of 2019, Uber issued a report that disclosed the company had received 5,981 reports of sexual assault involving passengers and drivers in 2017-2018, including 464 reports of rape.

According to Uber’s data, 42 percent of the reports were from drivers who had been victims of assault or abuse.

A Path to Justice for Survivors of Rideshare Abuse

Survivors of rideshare sexual assault and abuse, whether passengers or drivers, have a path to seek inherent risks.

Filing a legal claim may entitle survivors to financial compensation and will help to protect others from experiencing similar trauma. Now is your chance to demand accountability from Uber and Lyft.

Contact our Rideshare Sexual Assault & Abuse Attorneys today for a no-cost, confidential case review.


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