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Attorney Advertisement for Possible Bird Scooter Lawsuits

If you’ve experienced a problem with Bird e-scooters being left on or near private property that you own or rent, we’d like to hear from you. Please call us at (310) 201-9150 or email Jonathan Rotter ( and provide the following contact information:

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Bird Scooter Lawsuit

Potential Bird Scooter Class Action Lawsuit

Our law firm, Glancy Prongay & Murray, is pursuing a class action case for nuisance and trespass against Bird Rides, the company that operates Bird e-scooters. Bird scooters can be unlocked via Bird’s smartphone app, which also allows users to locate Bird scooters, which are equipped with GPS units that transmit their location. Bird has represented to its customers that its scooters “can be picked up and dropped off anywhere.” Unfortunately, Bird scooters have been left where they don’t belong, such as on private property.

People who own or rent private property have the right to be free from trespass and nuisance, and Bird scooters should not be left on private property without the agreement of the property owner or renter. The class action case alleges that Bird scooters have been left on private property, and next to private property in a way that creates a nuisance.

This electric scooter lawsuit seeks an injunction – a court order requiring Bird to put into place mechanisms that would ensure that its scooters are not parked contrary to the law. The lawsuit is pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California, Case No. 2:18-cv-10049. A copy of the Second Amended Complaint is available here.

We handle virtually all of our cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that Glancy Prongay & Murray takes on all of the financial risk that comes with litigation and does not receive any compensation or reimbursement of expenses unless successful. This compensation model promotes a strong partnership between us, as consumer rights attorneys, and our clients. As such, we only pursue cases where we believe our clients have a valid claim. 

The Glancy Prongay & Murray team representing the plaintiffs includes lawyers Rob Prongay, Jonathan Rotter, and Jennifer Leinbach.

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