Suit challenges company’s suggestion that it’s not liable because driver was not on an Uber call.
Questions about coverage get new attention after a series of accidents involving ride-service drivers.
After New Year’s Eve fatality involving a ‘ride share’ driver, taxi operators want city to take action.
Unofficial tips get drivers better cabs and better fares, but cut into an already precarious livelihood.
The biggest uncertainty facing smartphone-based ride-service companies is drivers’ insurance coverage.
Can you get insurance, or get a claim paid, if you’re driving for Lyft or Sidecar? It depends.
Tensions run high as drivers from the networked ride services compete with taxis for riders in the city.
The CPUC has approved regulations for “transportation network companies” like Lyft, Sidecar and Uber.
Are ride-share services just apps connecting drivers to passengers? Or are the drivers employees?