Uber is being sued after one of a driver’s allegedly kick adult a newcomer and afterwards after showed adult during his home to kick a dude adult again, this time with a steel rod.
David Riordan says he systematic a Uber float home from a 2016 Christmas celebration in Chicago’s Wicker Park. He says he was picked adult in a Honda Accord by a motorist named Munstr Abuseimi, who became aggressive, kicked Riordan out of his car, and afterwards got out and punched him several times.
Riordan says he went to a friend’s residence after a attack, where he contacted Uber to news Abuseimi, and about an hour after systematic another Uber to take him home.
But Riordan says when he got to his house, Abuseimi was there watchful and pounded him with a steel rod from behind with a fighting words: “Don’t f*** with Uber drivers!”
Riordan says a waylay left him with a fractured left orbital, draining in his brain, concussion and a dislocated jaw with haughtiness injury. He says he also had to get 9 stitches. He’s suing Uber since he thinks a association is prioritizing increase over supplement reserve by not amply screening a drivers.
Riordan’s lawyer, Ian Alexander of Goldberg and Goldberg, tells us they’ve attempted to settle a box with Uber, though they’ve been unresponsive.
We reached out to Uber, who told us while they don’t criticism on lawsuits, a motorist no longer has entrance to a motorist app.