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Proposed Law Would Make Delivery Apps Liable for Accidents in NYC

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A proposed bill being considered by the New York City Council would make the companies behind delivery apps legally responsible when their drivers get into accidents. The law, if passed, would force major delivery companies like GrubHub, Uber Eats and DoorDash to pay for the costs that result whenever one of their drivers injures someone else in an accident. This would be a major shift in policy in one of America’s biggest cities, substantially affecting how these delivery apps do business.

Delivery Drivers and Their Current Liability

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Expansion of Ride-Share Services Upstate Will Help Decrease Personal Injury Crashes

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Uber and Lyft in conjunction with state and local authorities are pressuring New York State lawmakers and Governor Andrew Cuomo to expand ride-sharing services in upstate New York. Police Chief David Zack of upstate Cheektowaga, wrote a letter to Governor Cuomo expressing the need for ride-sharing in order to cut down on drinking and driving, car crash fatalities and injuries.

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