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# Uber Sex Assualt Lawsuit

Uber Says Nearly 6,000 Sexual Assaults Were Reported in 2019.

And that was just in 2019. And that number only includes assaults that were reported.

According to the report, in 2017 Uber logged 2,936 reports of sexual assault across 1 billion trips across the U.S. The following year, Uber reported 3,045 sexual assaults during 1.3 billion trips. Among the sexual assault reports, Uber noted 464 reports of rape from 2017-2018

That’s way too many.

It’s time to step out of the shadows and hold Uber and Lyft accountable for not doing enough to protect women. By filing a lawsuit, you can help protect other women from being hurt. Contact us today to learn more – completely free and confidential.

Lyft Said They Were Safer Than Uber. They Lied.

#Deleteuber

For Lyft, it was the best hashtag to ever come out of Twitter. With public backlash mounting against rideshare rival Uber, Lyft saw an opportunity to be the honest, alternative rideshare service. According to Uber, they saw hundreds of thousands of people delete their app during the height of #deleteuber, and Lyft likely saw nearly that many people downloading their app.

People thought they were using a company with more integrity. Prior to #deleteuber, Lyft had embraced a more socially conscious image than Uber, even partnering with the White House in 2015 on an anti-sexual assault campaign.

But it was all smoke and mirrors. In fact, an April 2019 Vice article notes that Lyft has been “flooded” with sexual assault lawsuits. News outlets have continued to report ongoing lawsuits against Lyft for sexual assault, with a January 2020 AP article noting more than 100 lawsuits have been filed.

Now, many are questioning how deep the values and ethics Lyft once espoused actually go. Perhaps not that far when it comes to making money instead of working to protect women.

If you have been assaulted by a Lyft or Uber driver please contact us today for a totally confidential and free consultation. 

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Reclaim Your Power Through Legal Action. 

A Case for Women is working with top, dedicated law firms to help women and men who have been sexually assaulted. Together we are committed to: creating public awareness of this danger, helping survivors speak up and take legal action, using lawsuits to provide monetary compensation and pushing for better screening and safety protocols at rideshare companies.

A Case for Women only works with law firms that operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you do not have to worry about paying to take legal action. The law firm will fight for you and will only be compensated if and when they achieve a positive settlement or verdict in your case.

“The most powerful tech companies in the world have more than enough power to stop sexual abuse from occurring — demand they put an end to it.”

– A Case for Women