Bonni J. Genzer, an Uber driver claimed that, at the time of the accident, her UberPartner app was set to the Bonni J. Genzer, an Uber driver claimed that, at the time of the accident, her UberPartner app was set to the "available" trip status and that she was "returning from taking a rider to" Woodward. (Credit: Shutterstock)

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit has rejected a breach of contract claim brought by a rideshare driver for Uber Technologies Inc. against Uber's insurer after the insurer refused to cover injuries she sustained in an accident on the return leg of a lengthy fare.

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