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MIAMI UBER CAR ACCIDENT LAWYERS SHARES UBER NEWS

Perazzo-Law-Texting-and-Driving-Accidents-in-Miami-300x199THE MIAMI LAWYERS AT THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM, SHARE INSIGHT INTO UBER CAR ACCIDENTS AND INSURANCE CLAIMS 

Uber suspected of shady dealings in cities around the world

Confidential files made their way into the public spotlight and now Place the rideshare services company Uber, in the eyes of the law. The secret information that spilled over involves several Uber directors but government officials as well, who seem to have broken laws to allow Uber to operate in cities where taxis once ruled the streets. according to information by the local newspaper that  obtained the contents of the confidential files, Uber drivers and local police authorities were also victimized by Uber’s shady dealings. The files date back to the period when the Uber platform invaded cities with its app,  between the year 2013 and 2017. The files reveal close to 84,000 communications across different media platforms that discuss the unscrupulous ways in which Uber practically rubbed taxi services out of the picture in some 40 countries around the world. Uber is today one of the largest work platforms in the world and valued at $43 billion. It is estimated that the rideshare services company Uber makes some 19 million trips on average per day, raking in millions in profits.

As riots broke out around the world between taxi operators and drivers, government officials together with Uber directors, were meeting to roll-out the Uber App. They may now face legal accusations for breaking the law as dark shadows loom with an eminent investigation surely to reveal what government leaders of countries such as France, Spain, and Belgium, if they were urged to reform their laws so that Uber could operate and compete with traditional means of urban transportation.

 

 

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