Submit a Wage Claim - Rideshare Drivers United

Submit a Wage Claim

It’s time for drivers and other misclassified workers to enforce AB5 and show the public and the State of California how much these companies are stealing from drivers – and how it not only violates basic labor law, but is morally wrong. By not following the law, the companies are making huge profits at drivers’ and our communities’ expense. 

And with our State so far not enforcing the law. it’s up to us to make that happen. That's why we made this form for misclassified so-called "gig workers."

The short 5-step form below helps guide you through the 10-minute process of filing a wage claim with the California Labor Commissioner for all the back-pay you're owed from the last 3 years. We'll ask you to fill in all the information that the wage claim form requires, then with the provided data, our tool with perform calculations, fill out a completed wage claim form, and then submit it to the California Labor Commissioner via email, with your email address cc'd.


Every question in this form is used to fill out your California Wage Claim. Complete the form and we'll prepare the pdf and email it to the labor commissioner, with your provided email addresss cc'd.

To help us determine how much you're owed in unpaid overtime wages, tell us roughly how many hours you work on each given day of the week.
Averages Hours per Week: {{ hours-per-week }}
Estimated Miles Driven per Year: {{ miles-driven-per-year }} (estimated based on your provided work hours)
$ per month
$ per month
$ per month
For each year, go to Uber's end of year summary input the data for the appropriate tax year.
Where to find data, sample screenshots

2017 Tax Year

$
$

2018 Tax Year

$
$

2019 Tax Year

$
$
For each year, go to Lyft's end of year summary and input the data for the appropriate tax year.
Where to find data, sample screenshots

2017 Tax Year

Note: The 2017 Lyft tax form varies slightly from the 2018 and 2019 form.
$
$
$
$

2018 Tax Year

Gross Earnings
$
$
Expenses
$
$
$

2019 Tax Year

Gross Earnings
$
$
Expenses
$
$
$
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Where to find data

2017 Tax Year

$

2018 Tax Year

$

2019 Tax Year

$
{{ employer | capitalize | default: 'Employer' }} doesn't easily provide year-end income data on their apps or website, so the only place for you to find this information is on the 1099-MISC forms they have sent you for tax purposes. Please review the 1099-MISC forms they have sent you in the for 2017 to 2019, and input the State Income amount for each year.

Where to find data

2017 Tax Year

$

2018 Tax Year

$

2019 Tax Year

$
{{ employer | capitalize | default: 'Employer' }} doesn't easily provide year-end income data on their apps or website, so the only place for you to find this information is on the 1099-MISC forms they have sent you for tax purposes. Please review the 1099-MISC forms they have sent you in the for 2017 to 2019, and input the State Income amount for each year.

Where to find data

2017 Tax Year

$

2018 Tax Year

$

2019 Tax Year

$
{{ employer | capitalize | default: 'Employer' }} doesn't easily provide year-end income data on their apps or website, so the only place for you to find this information is on the 1099-MISC forms they have sent you for tax purposes. Please review the 1099-MISC forms they have sent you in the for 2017 to 2019, and input the State Income amount for each year.

Where to find data

2017 Tax Year

$

2018 Tax Year

$

2019 Tax Year

$
The numbers you input in step 4 indicate a NEGATIVE income. Please review and the numbers you input in step 4 (Total Paid) to proceed.
The estimates are only valid AFTER you complete all questions in the preceding steps.
Total Estimated Owed (from last 3 years) - to
Subtotal (Owed as Employee)
Regular Wages
Overtime Wages
Paid Sick Leave
Expense Reimbursement
Liquidated Damages
Total Amount Already Paid
This total owed sum reflects the amount that you were owed for your work an employee (over the past 3 years), plus penalties (liquidated damages) for misclassification.
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