"If they feel uncomfortable, they should be able to leave the situation."
The way companies try to silence victims is shocking
We would like to see these billion-dollar companies come up with solutions, rather than leave it to drivers and small businesses to keep everyone safe.
The app connected him to LegalRideshare LLC, a law firm in Chicago that guided him on using accident footage to file a claim with Uber at no cost.
LegalRideShare attorney Bryant Greening announced a $10,000 donation of dash cams for drivers and a $40,000 fund for information that leads to the arrest of rideshare criminals.
“We’re finding that rideshare drivers are victimized at a much higher rate than the general public.”
"The companies are not doing enough. They could add a panic button in the cars. The options are endless."
"They [ride-hailing companies] should be active in this process...cooperating with law makers...changing their apps... changing their policies....Enough is enough."
"Airbnb took that power away from the host and, therefore, took money out of their pocket."
"Being in the back of a car with a stranger is one of the most dangerous places that you can find yourself."
"By not having certain basic requirements, it gives criminals the opportunity to take advantage of the system."