The times are changing. Or at least it sure looks so.
As Uber and Lyft continue to grow, so do their problems. In less than 24-hours, we’ve seen articles demanding public reporting on violent incidents involving its drivers to court rulings potentially forcing Uber and Lyft drivers to become employees. There’s little evidence to suggest these types of pressures are going to go away.
So where does that leave the drivers and the passengers in this ever-changing environment? Typically, left behind. Things as simple as who to contact after a car accident have become diluted in confusion, “grey areas” and disappointment. LegalRideshare is Chicago’s only law firm dedicated entirely to rideshare car accidents, injuries and insurance claims. Because of that, we focus entirely on what mattes most: you.