Delivery Trucks play in an important role in the American economy from delivering home goods to food to construction materials. When these trucks experience an accident, it can be costly and cause serious injury. Trucks are capable of producing mass damage to property and can injure those involved in the accident whether they are a pedestrian, cyclist or passenger/driver in another vehicle. If you were recently involved in a delivery truck accident, you may be eligible for compensation. 

According to the World Health Organization,

“an estimated 1.2 million people are killed each year in road traffic crashes with as many as 50 million more counted for injury.”

While these statistics are both sobering and tragic, its circumstances are all too common. Delivery trucks are often carrying a much heavier load than most passenger vehicles which is a contributing factor to why they put individuals on the road at higher risk. These crashes result from a variety of factors whether it be human error or truck mechanical failures and when a heavier load is involved this can lead to further driver mistakes and fatal accidents. 

Most delivery drivers are treated as employees by law which means the company involved may be financially responsible if the driver is at fault. As a personal injury lawyer experienced in delivery truck accidents, Bush Law firm knows how important it is to assess the case in its entirety and preserve key evidence. By evaluating all parties involved (including the driver’s employer), our team can determine who is liable for the victim’s injuries, damages, and losses and which party’s insurance company is responsible for financial compensation.

Contact Bush Law Firm Today

After an accident, you should be focused on your recovery. It can be difficult to deal with insurance representatives and trucking companies. Allow attorneys with experience, such as Bush Law Firm, to aggressively handle your claim.


Richard Brooks

Paralegal, Bush Law Firm