Category Archive: News

  • Can You Still Drive For Uber After An Accident?

    Published on Aug 22, 2022 at 7:53 pm in News, Uber Accidents.

    Anyone injured in an Uber crash should speak with a rideshare attorney as soon as possible about their rights. However, you also may want to know if Uber drivers may still drive for Uber after a motor vehicle accident. A motor vehicle record does not always affect whether ...

  • Uber Rideshare Statistics

    Published on Mar 16, 2022 at 6:54 pm in News.

    Are you curious about how dominant the Uber app has become? Did you know the idea for Uber was born in December 2009 when the app’s two co-founders, Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp, could not get a taxi in Paris during a snowstorm? Here we have compiled all the numbers ...

  • Common Types Of Uber Crashes In Los Angeles, California

    Published on Jan 5, 2022 at 8:00 pm in News.

    Uber drivers are involved in motor vehicle accidents for many different reasons. Speeding and distracted driving are two of the most common causes of automobile accidents involving Uber drivers. If you have suffered personal injuries during a motor vehicle accident, you sh...

  • Uber Looks to Reinstate Surge Pricing in Utah to Overcome Driver Shortage

    Published on Jul 26, 2021 at 7:48 am in News.

    In an email to Nevada Uber users, Uber said: “You’ve likely noticed that it’s been difficult to use Uber recently in Nevada. One of the main reasons is that Nevada has been in a state of emergency since the start of the pandemic, and Nevada regulations currently p...

  • Uber Considers Ending Fare-Setting Policy in California

    Published on Jun 28, 2021 at 6:41 am in News.

    To push back against AB5 last year, Uber let California rideshare drivers see ride destinations before picking up passengers and let them set pricing. This was in an effort to prove they were independent contractors. Now, however, Uber is looking to reverse those policies.

  • Electric Vehicle Mandates to Impact Rideshare Industry in California

    Published on Jun 21, 2021 at 6:40 am in News.

    The California Air Resources Board has proposed a regulation that would require all rideshare vehicles to be electric by 2030.