Do you need to talk to an UBER sexual assault attorney? Based on past data, eight UBER riders are sexually assaulted each and every day.
Uber’s report revealed that it had received 464 reports of rape on its platform, among 5,981 reports of sexual assault in 2017 and 2018.
In the report, Uber said it was “committed to finding a way to share the names of drivers who have been banned from our platform for the most serious safety incidents with our ridesharing peers,” according to CNN Business: “Uber and Lyft to finally share names of drivers deactivated over sexual assault and other serious incidents.”
If you are wondering if you have a case against UBER for a sexual assault or rape, then something terrible must have happened –
You do not have to suffer in silence.
You may be dealing with so many thoughts and emotions that it can feel overwhelming.
You may be dealing with physical pain and mental distress – so many questions, including, how could this have happened?
- Who should you call?
- What will the police do?
- Is there a way to hold the driver and UBER accountable for what happened?
- Can you remain confidential?
- Will the driver go to jail?
- How do you file a claim?
What happens if you contact me for more information?
- There is no obligation or cost to ask questions. We can help determine if you have a case and what to do to help get you much needed relief.
Is there a cost or charge to talk to a lawyer about your case?
- No. There is no charge to talk about your case and, if we take your case, there is no fee unless we collect for you.
Together, we can hold UBER accountable.
For a free consultation, contact us today.