Vehicle owner alleges Uber, Lyft drivers incurred parking tickets, caused wear on vehicles

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Oct 16, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO – A Pacifica resident alleges three drivers for ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft unlawfully used his vehicles for their benefit.

Philip Segal filed a complaint on Sept. 28 in the Superior Court of the State of California against Mark Atienza; Ryan Readenaur; Natalia Natapova; Doris Dablo; Lyft Inc.; Uber Technologies Inc.; Raiser-CA LLC; et al. alleging conversion.

According to the complaint, Atienza, Readenaur and Dablo are agents of Lyft or Uber and were earning money from the ride-hailing companies while operating plaintiff's vehicles, which had been stolen and/or converted. The plaintiff alleges Atienza, Readenaur and Dablo incurred parking tickets and tolls and caused wear and tear to his vehicles. He alleges he did not consent to the defendants' use of personal property in this manner.

The suit states Atienza caused $1,000 in excess mileage and wear and $1,680.85 in unpaid rental charges, tickets and tolls; Readenaur incurred $280 in parking tickets and tolls; and Dablo incurred $550 in unpaid rental charges, tolls and tickets.

The plaintiff seeks judgment for compensatory damages according to proof. He is representing himself.

San Francisco Superior Court case number CGC18570176

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