As the sharing economy matures, new impacts on the insurance industry are felt with every new corner case that comes up. In ride-sharing specifically, questions about liability in case of an accident have been explored from the beginning of its ascendance.

But protecting a driver involved in the accident hasn’t always been top-of-mind. With many drivers depending on the supplemental income from Uber, as well as putting their own cars at risk, Aon saw an opportunity to develop a unique product to plug that hole.

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