Uber, Lyft Could be Forced to Provide Drivers with Workers Comp Benefits


Drivers for ride-sharing services Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft Inc., who argue they are employees and not independent contractors, could put the tech upstarts on the hook for workers compensation costs if court challenges succeed.

Both companies already provide some auto liability insurance for the drivers.

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