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Commercial vehicle accidents are relatively common because delivery drivers are under extreme pressure to deliver their cargo as quickly as possible. Efforts to get the job done quickly can lead to negligent and careless actions, and cause serious accidents. Because of the number of stops in busy areas, UPS, FedEx and other delivery vehicles are frequently involved in accidents.
Following a vehicle accident involving a commercial vehicle, even if the truck driver caused the accident, the liability issues can be complex. The company may or may not be liable for the driver’s conduct. Factors that can impact liability include whether or not the driver was an employee or independent contractor. Or if driving is within the scope of employment.
If you believe you have a commercial truck accident case, contact Davis Law Group at (206) 900-8377.
As a prominent personal injury lawyer with experience in handling commercial vehicle accident claims, attorney Chris Davis’s expert opinion is often featured by local media covering commercial vehicle safety issues and incidents. You may have him on local stations such as KING5, KOMO4, KIRO7 and Q13Fox or national news programs like CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 or InsideEdition. Click here to watch accident news stories.
After you’ve been involved in a crash with a commercially-owned vehicle, the odds are immediately stacked against you. But hiring an attorney with experience going up against commercial and the big corporate insurance companies can make all the difference.
Contact Davis Law Group today to begin your road to financial recovery. Call (206) 900-8377, use the chat feature below or fill out the form on this page to get started.
Commercial vehicles are used for business purposes and may be fleet vehicles, company cars, etc. In addition, vehicles that are designed to carry more than 15 passengers are considered a commercial vehicle. And any vehicle with a weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more is considered a commercial vehicle.
Vehicles that are commonly insured as “commercial” include:
Over the years, federal and state authorities have put in place measures to reduce the number of collisions and truck accident fatalities. These regulations have not resulted in a large reduction in the accidents.
Here some of the most common causes of commercial truck accidents.
Understanding the different types of collisions involving commercial trucks is important for accident victims. Commercial truck accidents of all types lead to some of the most severe wrecks seen on American roadways. Due to the sheer size alone, commercial trucks can cause considerable property damage and cause catastrophic injury on a number of innocent victims.
These are some of the most common types of commercial truck collisions:
At Davis Law Group, our commercial truck accident attorneys seek the most compensation for Washington state motorists who suffer injuries. We have a national reputation for successful truck accident litigation.
Many commercial truck crash victims that contact us have survived wrecks only to find themselves with a decreased quality of life. Our goal is to get them the financial compensation to move on with their lives.
Common truck accident injuries include:
You’re not alone if you’ve suffered a commercial truck crash injury. If you have a commercial truck accident injury case, or think you may have one, call (206) 900-8377 today or contact us through our website.
Your personal injury attorney should be aware of all the potential damages recoverable in a commercial truck accident case. While some may be obvious — medical bills, rehab, etc. — others aren’t. Only an experienced attorney can maximize your claim and put the most money back in your pocket.
Damages in a truck accident case may include:
At Davis Law Group, attorney Chris Davis works with the top trucking experts in commercial truck accident cases. Many accident lawyers make the mistake of retaining experts later in the case, only to realize too late that experts should’ve been brought in right after the crash.
Experts may be used on your case for a variety of reasons, including to determine fault and make a valuation of your damages. Commercial trucks and their insurance companies are sure to contest parts of your case, and it’s important that you have experts on your side fighting for you.
Potential experts include:
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