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Monday, October 26, 2015

UberProblem: TLC Does Not Track Uber's Safety Record

No matter if they're black or yellow, or an international phone-based hailing service or the local medallion owner, vehicles for hire need to be regulated and tracked. The Taxi & Limousine Commission does this for both black and yellow cars, but as it shows, the TLC likely needs to do more. The TLC does not break down the safety record for individual black car companies. A company like Uber, which is growing enormously, needs to be held accountable. Of the 35,528 active black, more than 23,000 are Uber - a make-up 66%. And some of the deadliest accidents were caused by Uber drivers, such as the death of a golfer and his girlfriend in January. Feldman, Kronfeld & Beatty are experienced trial attorneys who can assist with accidents that involve an Uber vehicle; you can ask for a free consultation at (212) 425-0230 or at info@fkbeatty.com


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