What is the new Lyft lawsuit?

NEW YORK, Nov 2 (Reuters) – Uber (UBER. N) and Lyft (LYFT. O) will pay a combined $328 million to settle claims by New York's attorney general that the ride-sharing companies systematically cheated drivers out of pay and benefits.

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How much is the Lyft lawsuit payout?

Rideshare companies Uber and Lyft will pay a combined $328 million to settle wage theft claims in New York, state Attorney General Letitia James announced on Nov. 2. Uber will pay $290 million, and Lyft will pay $38 million into two separate settlement funds that will be distributed to current and former drivers.

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What are the Lyft accusations?

Uber and Lyft will pay a combined $328 million to settle accusations they kept money that should have been paid to their for-hire drivers, officials said.

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What is the lawsuit against Lyft drivers?

Why did Lyft get sued?

The Lyft lawsuit is about rideshare users who were sexually assaulted or attacked while using Lyft. These lawsuits claim the company failed to protect the victims from harm and failed to support victims after their assaults. There have been 17 Lyft lawsuits filed against the rideshare company as of September 2022.

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Are there any class action lawsuits against Lyft?

Numerous class action lawsuits have been filed against Lyft on behalf of drivers that say they've been misclassified.

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How many lawsuits against Lyft?

According to this report, the rideshare company received more than 4,000 reports of sexual assault in a two-year time frame. At the start of 2021, Lyft was facing more the 56 sexual assault lawsuits. As more victims come forward, they may pursue legal action against Lyft.

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