Lyft sued by 20 more women over alleged sexual misconduct by drivers

Lyft sued by 20 more women over alleged sexual misconduct by drivers

Twenty women who say they were sexually assaulted or raped by their Lyft drivers have filed a lawsuit in San Francisco Superior Court against the ride-share giant Wednesday, saying it has not taken steps to enhance rider safety. The complaint comes weeks after another lawsuit filed on behalf of 14 other women who alleged Lyft mishandled sexual misconduct complaints against its drivers.

Chris
Chris
Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 6 months

Uber and Lyft are more convenient than traditional cabs... but is it worth the rape?

CommanderVaasDC
CommanderVaasDC 6 months

what steps is uber and Lyft suppose to take to prevent these situations, I dont quite understand . I mean do they not do background checks, but that only goes so far, what if they have never been caught before. background check will pull nothing up. so?

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