92 percent of the reported victims were riders.
Uber officials recently revealed that there were 3,045 reports of sexual assaults during its rides in the United States in 2018 and 2,936 sexual assaults in 2017.
Dozens of victims have filed or joined lawsuits against Lyft since August 2019 – and the number is growing.
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- Unwanted advances such as touching and kissing
- Not allowing passengers to get out of the car when they feel at risk
- Stalking or following passengers after they exit the car
- Forced penetration, attempting to force penetration
- Forcing a victim to perform sexual acts
It’s Not Your Fault.
Anyone can become a victim of a sexual assault, no matter who you are or where you’re at. Sexual assault is NEVER the victim’s fault. Had a few drinks? Too tired to get behind the wheel? You made the responsible choice to request a ride, and you should feel safe using a service that is meant to provide you alternative transportation. You should not suffer at the hands of these rideshare tech companies that were supposed to protect you.
You Are Not Alone.
Often times privately owned corporations, like Uber and Lyft, fail to do their job to protect their customers from harm. Instead, they value profits above people which leads to repeated harm to individuals. In cases like these, it’s important to utilize the power of the law to hold those companies accountable and to prevent further harm. We are here for you and we will advocate for a just recovery on your behalf.