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Delivery Truck Accident Attorneys in Atlanta, GA

As online shopping has increasingly become the norm, delivery trucks are more and more present on the road. Like any other type of large vehicle, delivery trucks are cumbersome, heavy vehicles that can cause an incredible amount of damage in any type of collision. If you’ve been involved in an accident with a delivery truck, it is vital to partner with a trusted legal team. UPS, Amazon, FedEx, and other purveyors of delivery trucks are all armed with legal teams and attempting to get justice served without legal representation is incredibly difficult. At the Law Office of Stein & Fox, LLC, we’ve been helping clients in Atlanta, GA for years. We’ll go through your case from start to finish to ensure your accident doesn’t destroy your life. We know it can be an incredibly vulnerable and anxious time in the aftermath of any sort of accident, especially one that has ruined your car or caused you bodily harm. Our expert legal team is standing by today to provide effective legal solutions.

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What Qualifies as a Home Delivery Truck?

While delivery trucks are smaller than semi-trucks or dump trucks, they are still large vehicles that dwarf passenger cars. Many companies like Amazon or FedEx have fleets that include trucks of varying sizes. Some of these trucks can weigh up to 26,000 pounds despite being smaller than a dump truck or semi-truck. Delivery trucks can be:

  • Larger vans
  • Box trucks
  • Cutaway van chassis vehicles
  • Flatbed trucks

Your legal rights remain the same no matter what type of truck struck you. If you were a pedestrian or in your own vehicle and a negligent driver or mechanical failure from a delivery truck caused you harm, you may have a legal claim. Stein & Fox can help sort out the details of your case. It is important to reach out to us right away so we can begin the process of putting your case together.

Common Causes Of Delivery Truck Accidents

Below are just some of the reasons you can get into dangerous situations with delivery trucks. In this day and age where we expect everything to be shipped and delivered right to our door within 2 to 3 business days, there is an incredible amount of pressure on delivery truck drivers. That stress can lead to reckless driving, fatigue, mechanical failure, and many other issues that can cause a terrible accident. Common causes of delivery truck accidents can include but are not limited to:

  • Improper training
  • Long hours without breaks
  • Fatigue
  • Poor vehicle maintenance
  • Speeding/risky driving maneuvers
  • Improper loading/overloading of packages
  • Distracted driving

Getting You The Justice, You Deserve

If you’ve been in an accident – whether as a driver or as a pedestrian – involving a delivery truck, it is important to contact us right away. Stein & Fox can help claim damages for your medical services, time off work, and general pain and suffering. Employers and owners of delivery trucks may be liable for negligence, and you could be entitled to significant compensation. Remember, unscrupulous attorneys and insurance brokers, are likely to pounce as soon as an accident takes place, especially if a big tech company is involved. At Stein & Fox, however, we pride ourselves in putting our clients first and are dedicated to serving their best interests. Our delivery truck law firm is standing by to help you ensure justice is served.

Contact our delivery truck accident attorneys in Atlanta, GA, today.

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Atlanta Bar Association
State Bar of Georgia
Clayton County Georgia
The National Trial Lawyers

Atlanta Bar Association
State Bar of Georgia
Clayton County Georgia
The National Trial Lawyers