A woman who says she broke multiple bones when she crashed an Uber scooter is suing the firm for failing to fit turn signals



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  • A woman in Colorado is suing Uber for failing to equip rental scooters with turn signals after she allegedly crashed a Jump scooter in 2019, ending up with a dislocated hip and multiple fractures.
  • Her injuries have resulted in hours of surgery, according to the lawsuit she filed against the vehicle and delivery service giant.
  • Erin Norman, who says she crashed on a street in San Francisco in 2019, is accusing Uber of not fitting the Jump scooters with turn signals, despite designing them for use in cities.
  • Other defendants in the case are Neutron Holdings, which operates as Lime and acquired Jump in May, and manufacturers Segway and Xiaomi.
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