Checkr Inaccurate Background Check Lawsuit Investigation
Stueve Siegel Hanson is investigating potential claims against Checkr, the background check company used by both Uber and Lyft to vet potential drivers.
Checkr performs 1.5 million background checks every months. According to recent articles, there are a growing number of lawsuits alleging that Checkr's background checks contain incorrect information that may cost people their ability to earn a living. This incorrect information can include misidentifying the person in the background check, providing an incorrect criminal history, and including information that is too old to report. All of these inaccuracies can be violations under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Our attorneys have a successful history of representing victims of credit reporting errors, including recently securing one of the largest settlements in history relating to inaccurate reporting violations under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
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