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Uber Doesn't Know The Meaning Of Customer Service

Posted on October 14, 2016

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Uber Facing Lawsuit In Chicago For Violating Wheelchair Laws: Out of millions of rides, the company has provided just a handful to disabled users requiring wheelchair accessible vehicles since launching in the city in 2011, the lawsuit claims. NBC News article here

Cancer Survivor Claims Uber Driver Forced Her Out Of Car: The woman, whose illness left her with a speech impediment and a hole in her neck, claims an Uber driver dragged her out of his car because she was "not talking properly." The Telegraph article here

Uber Sues City, Texas Attorney General's Office Seeking To Block Release Of Public Info: At least that's what the company wrote in its petition to a judge in Travis County about why public records requested by the San Antonio Business Journal should not be released, including fees paid to be able to pick up passengers at San Antonio International Airport and the number of Uber rides originating at the airport. San Antonio Business Journal article here

Woman Sues After Uber Driver Allegedly Left Her Bleeding In The Street: A Los Angeles woman says an Uber driver attacked her this summer while she was on a business trip and stole her phone, and the TNC fought her and the NYPD's efforts to bring him to justice. Gothamist article here

Related Topics: Chicago operators, Illinois operators, lawsuits, London operators, New York operators, Texas operators, TNC travesty, TNCs, Uber, United Kingdom

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