Last week, the popular ride-share company “Uber” was fined $7.3 million for refusing to give regulators in California vital information about business practices. According to ABC News Channel Seven, the company failed to report information about accident details and accessibility for disabled riders. This isn’t the first time Uber has been in hot water during legal disputes. Uber has been suspended or shut down completely in other communities.

Uber and other ride share companies can only operate in the State of California if they file all the required reports in a timely fashion. If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident involving an Uber driver in San Francisco, San Jose or the surrounding communities, contact the skilled legal team at Alexander Law Group, LLP at 888.777.1776 for a free consultation.