Listen to these six brave women share their story about Uber and Lyft drivers and sexual assault. They are encouraging other survivors to “Speak Up”. Unfortunately, these are not rare cases. The reality is that thousands of women and men are raped or sexually assaulted every single year by Uber or Lyft drivers. The great majority of these cases go unreported, often because the passenger partially blames themselves for what happened.
It does not matter how much you had to drink or what you were wearing. It is not your fault.
It’s important to speak out so these companies make safety a top priority. There is strength in numbers. The more women (and men) who speak up and file claims against Uber or Lyft, the greater the ability we have to impact change. We encourage you to speak up. If you are a victim and are considering filing a claim against one of these companies for sexual assault, here are some things you may want to know:
- We can protect your privacy: We can file a lawsuit using a pseudonym (such as “Jane Doe” or “John Doe”). In fact, we do this for the great majority of our cases.
- You don’t need any upfront money to hire us: We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing for our services unless we win your case.
- We are accepting cases nationwide: Our Uber and Lyft sexual assault lawyers represent hundreds of women all over the United States. No matter where you are located, we can help you.
- You will likely never have to go to court: To this date, all our cases are being settled outside of the court, so it’s highly unlikely that you will have to go to court. However, we are prepared to go to court if we feel that a fair settlement is not offered to you.
- Consultations are always free: Feel free to call us or contact us online for a free, zero obligation consultation. We will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.