Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft have changed the landscape of daily public commuting. The disruptive businesses have been a force for good and nearly all stakeholders – with the exception of taxi owners – have enjoyed their services.
However, ridesharing companies have racked up their fair share of controversies. For obvious reasons, they can’t control every driver on their payroll, and are often liable for damages associated with negligent driving and other criminal activity, including attempted murder.
Here’s the gist of rideshare accidents and even attempted murder associated with the likes of Uber and Lyft.