Liability in Shared Ride Cases

Published by Consumer Attorneys of California and New Hampshire Association for Justice


Summary

Get an overview of handling cases against rideshare and how they differ from standard auto cases including: navigating varying insurance coverages, arbitrability of claims, important discovery to request and ways to hold the companies vicariously liable when there is inadequate insurance. 

Presenters
Ram Fletcher
Ram Fletcher is recognized by clients, attorneys and judges alike for his skill as a trial lawyer and record of success. He has successfully represented people in serious injury, abuse, and death cases, as well as people who have been harassed, discriminated against or retaliated against at work. He has prosecuted cases in state and federal trial courts as well as in administrative and arbitration proceedings. In 2016 he achieved one of California’s Top-10 verdicts when a jury awarded his client...More

Originally Published

May 23, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Liability in Shared Ride Cases
  • Liability in Shared Ride Cases - Slide Deck

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