Attorneys for Uber Sexual Assault Class Action Lawsuit – File Your Claim Here

Sexual assault is something that can have far-reaching consequences in someone’s life, and in today’s interconnected world and the fact that we have come to rely on technology to solve some of our most pressing problems, it appears that there are no safe spaces anymore. Ever since ridesharing apps such as Uber and Lyft burst onto the scene many years back, questions about passenger safety have been discussed ad infinitum with many people remaining skeptical about how rigorous the background checks that are run by these companies. There have been multiple reports of sexual assault numbering in the thousands which allege that passengers have been sexually assaulted by the very drivers they designated to pick them up and drop them off to a social function or their place of work. While it may seem strange for some to call up a stranger to take them somewhere, the accessibility and convenience of these ridesharing apps have made millions of individuals across the world drop their guard and go with the flow, assuming that the driver behind the wheel has passed some form of vetting by the company. Sexual abuse can affect both genders, and there is such as culture of silence and shame around it that many people choose not to come forward with their stories because of the fear of repercussion from the perpetrators who issued threats after the act, or the doubt and lack of faith when it comes to any form of action that may be taken by the authorities. One thing’s for sure, however: sexual abuse or assault of any form is NEVER OK and it is illegal, and thanks to the thousands of people now speaking out voicing their experiences, it may now be possible to file an Uber or Lyft sexual assault class action lawsuit in order to recover compensation as well as seek closure from this dark act.

Are you looking for an Uber sexual assault class action lawyer? The experienced Uber assault attorneys at McCready Law have over 90 YEARS of combined legal experience helping individuals just like you get the justice and compensation you deserve. If you were sexually assaulted by an Uber or Lyft driver, please call us NOW at (773) 985-5139 to learn more about what your case could be worth. What makes McCready Law different is that we aren’t afraid to litigate cases compared to the insurance negotiation route that most law firms take, which, if you were to go along with would net you a paltry amount with regard to compensation. In addition, McCready Law staff are bilingual (hablamos Espanol), and we have sufficient malpractice insurance that will protect your interest in the event of any unforeseen circumstances. Uber sexual assault lawsuits are currently being filed across the country, and it only takes a certain threshold to be reached to turn these claims into a class action lawsuit. The time to file your Uber sexual assault lawsuit is NOW: Call our Uber lawsuit attorneys at (773) 985-5139 to learn more about how we can help you with your claim. Remember, the call is 100% FREE and there’s absolutely no legal obligation.

How Many Sexual Assault Cases Has Uber Had?

The sexual assault cases against Uber number in the THOUSANDS to date, and it is interesting to note that 2 out or every 3 sexual assault event is never reported to the authorities. Going by these statistics, it is safe to say that the number of individuals that have been assaulted by Uber drivers could very well be twice or thrice what is currently being reported.

Back in 2018, the news company CNN released a report which detailed how numerous Uber drivers had been convicted over a number of crimes that have to do with sexual assault such as rape, forcible touching and making sexual comments to a passenger. In addition, between 2017 and 2018, Uber admitted to the fact that it had received close to 6,000 sexual assault allegations or reports, and that in this internally published report, the passenger was almost always the victim, and not vice versa.

Uber Sexual Assault Reports – Alarming and Disturbing

Uber drivers have been accused of non-consensual touching of passengers in a sexual manner, attempting to reach out for unwanted kisses, attempted rape and other lewd sexual acts without the consent of the other individual. That said, many organizations complained about the fact that Uber did not include in its reports other sexual misconduct categories such as the requesting of sexual acts and favors from customers, as well as masturbation, as indicated by NPR.

In December of 2020, the State of California decided to take action when it fined Uber $59 MILLION via the California Public Utilities Commission when it was denied access to sexual assault statistics by the company. Additionally, the commission warned that the company’s operating license could be canceled for refusing to provide said information.

Here are some of the requirements you must meet in order to file an Uber sexual assault lawsuit:

  1. The Uber sexual assault event should have occurred from 2009 to the present moment
  2. The sexual assault happened while the Uber driver was on call or had clocked in

Compensation for Uber Sexual Assault Claims

By filing an Uber sexual assault lawsuit, you may be able to recover substantial damages which are for the most part economic damages. This can include things like therapy, medical treatment, lost wages if you spent time off work healing, loss of income earning ability and so on. In addition, non-economic damages such as pain and suffering, loss of consortium, loss of society and mental anguish may also be sought.

Attorneys for Uber Sexual Assault Class Action Lawsuit – Call Us NOW!

It is important to realize that an Uber sexual assault lawsuit may not reverse the damage that has already been done: however, by holding the perpetrators accountable, you may be saving the lives of other men and women as well as putting undesirable elements in prison so our roads are safer. The Law Office of McCready Law would like to offer our sympathies over what happened to you, as well as our experienced legal expertise when it comes to fighting for the average American. If you were sexually assaulted by an Uber driver, simply call us NOW at (773) 985-5139 to learn more about how to get started on your Uber sexual assault class action lawsuit. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.