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May 21, 2020 in Uber/Lyft Accidents

Uber Accidents

In today’s world, people rely on their phones and technology for assistance in every aspect of the word. From food to connections to dating to driving, phone apps are capable of many tools used to make your day-to-day life easier. But people often do not consider what could go wrong with the apps you so readily rely on. Uber is…
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October 18, 2018 in Uber/Lyft Accidents

What Are My Legal Rights As a California Uber Passenger?

It goes without saying that California car accidents involving a passenger's personal injuries differ greatly from accidents where the injured parties were drivers of their respective vehicles. For one thing, a passenger is not a registered vehicle owner. More importantly, however, California law applies different standards for passengers and drivers, both in regards to recovering compensation and the duty of…
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October 18, 2018 in Uber/Lyft Accidents

What Should I Do If I Was Hit by an Uber Driver As a Pedestrian?

When Uber accidents are discussed, it is fair to say that people most often think of accident victims who were in the Uber vehicle or another car involved in the accident. However, in many cases, pedestrians are seriously injured in car accidents, some of which have involved Uber. The most notable pedestrian accident involving Uber was the first death involving an Uber…
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October 11, 2018 in Uber/Lyft Accidents

Months After Fatal Self-Driving Crash, Uber Announces $150M Investment for Self-Driving Research in Toronto

In the immediate aftermath of Uber's first fatal accident involving a self-driving vehicle (which occurred in March of 2018), the San Francisco-based company appeared to be scaling back its broad autonomous vehicle ambitions. Indeed, Uber shut down its self-driving testing program after the fatal crash occurred in Tempe, Arizona. However, it soon became clear that Uber's plans to suspend self-driving testing…
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