Who Should You Sue If You Are Injured on a Baltimore Lime Bike?

Lime brought dockless bikes to Baltimore last year. Like the e-scooters appearing in cities across the United States, riders are able to drop them off wherever they stop rather than at stations. The bikes are part of a pilot program. However, their arrival raises many unanswered questions. Baltimore bike accident injury lawyer Randolph Rice explains who would you sue if you hurt yourself on a Baltimore Lime bike. Overview of Scooter and Bike Share Programs in Maryland Lime initially introduced scooters in Baltimore last summer. Lime and Bird took over when the city shut down the vandalism-plagued Baltimore Bike Share program. The pilot agreement between the city and Lime and Bird runs through April 30. Two new dockless bike companies, Spin, owned by Ford Motor Co., and Jump, owned by Uber, also started operating in Baltimore in March. The arrival of hundreds of dockless bikes and scooters on the streets of Baltimore raises many questions about accidents and liability when…

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