Amazon Delivery Accidents
Lawyers For Injured Amazon Delivery Truck Drivers
If you’ve been hit by an Amazon delivery truck, here’s how you can sue for personal injury compensation:
- Have your injuries resulted in expensive medical bills?
- Will additional injuries surface throughout later years?
- After the accident, you were unable to return to the job you once held. Our firm will measure how much your lost wages will add up to.
- The mental and emotional instability and injuries that have disabled you from being able to drive a vehicle. Anxiety, depression, stress, and other mental illnesses as a result of the accident by the Amazon delivery truck driver.
- Pain and suffering.
Have you recently been injured in an accident involving an Amazon delivery truck? If so, you may be entitled to compensation by filing a personal injury lawsuit. Our lawyers will fight to ensure that you are properly compensated for your injuries. Call now to schedule a free case evaluation and consultation.
If you’ve been hit by a negligent delivery truck driver that is employed by Amazon, you are eligible for compensation under the Amazon insurance policy. Typically this policy will have a standard coverage of 1 million dollars. This does not mean that you are automatically eligible to receive one million dollars, but rather that all of your medical bills will be covered and based on your injuries, compensation can be awarded if a skilled personal injury lawyer can prove a series of factors.
How Our Process Works
Once you’ve contacted our firm, our team of legal specialists including head personal injury lawyer Chris Mova will conduct a thorough investigation on the cause of the accident and where negligence can be proven against the other party. In almost every state within the United States including California, if you are found to be partially at fault, you can still file for compensation.
Here’s an example of how this works:
Example) If you were found to be at fault for the accident by 50%, then our firm will file for personal injury compensation against Amazon for the other 50% negligence held by their delivery driver.
Typically in most accident cases, if the at-fault party does not have insurance, we can go after your own insurance for compensation. In this case, since there is such a large insurance policy involved in the accident, more medical bills can be covered and better quality of doctors and health specialists can be used to treat your injuries if we were to go after the Amazon accident insurance policy. Makes sense right?