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U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Uber’s Bid to End “Contractor Lawsuit”
By John Kristensen of Kristensen Weisberg, LLP posted in Labor Laws on Friday, May 28, 2021.
  On Monday, May 17, 2021, the United States Supreme Court rejected Uber’s bid to avoid a lawsuit over whether drivers for UberBLACK – the rideshare company’s limousine platform – are employees and not independent contractors. According to Reuters, and reported on every major online media platform soon after, the Supreme Court’s reason …
Rideshare Lawsuit: Can I Sue Uber or Lyft?
By stephen of Kristensen Weisberg, LLP posted in Lyft Accidents on Wednesday, February 3, 2021.
Short of the start of the ongoing pandemic, ridesharing apps such as Uber and Lyft have boomed in popularity and value in the last decade. Part of the reason for the success of the Ubers and Lyfts of the world are due to the way the ridesharing companies, which operate almost exclusively through …
What Should I Do After an Uber or Lyft Accident in Los Angeles?
By John Kristensen of Kristensen Weisberg, LLP posted in Car Accident on Tuesday, October 17, 2017.
The roadways in Los Angeles have always been congested and chaotic. Instead of relying on public transportation, more people have discovered the benefits of using rideshare services, such as Uber and Lyft. With just the tape of a button on your smartphone, you can travel to any destination within a few minutes. But …
Uber Lawsuit Lawyer John Kristensen Pursues Justice for “Ride Sharing” Victims
By John Kristensen of Kristensen Weisberg, LLP posted in Uber on Tuesday, September 26, 2017.
In a time when we are becoming more and more aware of the dangers of distracted driving, did it ever occur to the founders of Uber that they might be exposing themselves to liability by creating a service where drivers must constantly engage with an app while operating a moving vehicle? Right? Did …