Ride Shares and Sexual Assault: Who is Liable?

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CNN recently reported that over the past four years, 120 Uber and Lyft drivers committed sexual assault or abuse. How can victims hold their abusers accountable? The ride share companies themselves have attempted to avoid liability by classifying their drivers as independent contractors instead of employees. In this video, John H. (Jack) Hickey, an injury lawyer in Miami, explains why that shouldn’t be the case. To contact Jack Hickey, call 888-393-1388.

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