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California Delivery Truck Accident Attorneys

Delivery trucks are integral to the functioning of modern society. They are responsible for delivering food to local grocery stores, mail to post offices, and building materials to construction sites. Unfortunately, delivery trucks – and the people who drive them – are sometimes unprepared to do their jobs. At Panish,Shea & Boyle LLP, our teams of California delivery truck accident attorneys believe in defending those who have fallen victim so such negligence for rightful compensation.

There are occasions in which companies hire drivers who are not appropriately licensed. This allows them to save money because they pay these drivers less. Whether they are qualified or not, drivers tend to be under tight delivery deadlines that may not allow for heavy traffic or weather conditions. Drivers are then pressured to rush in order to reach their destinations on time. In extreme situations, truck drivers maybe under the influence consuming drugs to ward off exhaustion.

Delivery trucks do not always meet standards of safety, either. Due to tight schedules and the pressure to maximize business, these vehicles may not receive routine inspections and regular maintenance. As a result, they are at risk of entering roadways with malfunctioning lights, low fluid levels, or inadequate air in their tires.

Unsurprisingly, the results of these circumstances can be deadly. Victims of accidents caused by delivery trucks, as well as their families, can suffer severe physical, emotional trauma even resulting in wrongful death. This leads to medical bills, lost wages, and property damage. Anyone who experiences these devastating consequences deserves just compensation and our team of delivery truck accident lawyers in California have the skill and experience to get you what you deserve.

Personal injury cases, such as those involving accidents caused by delivery trucks accidents in California, are complex and difficult to argue in court. For instance, the plaintiff must provide substantial evidence that the people or entities being sued contributed to the accident by acting negligently. This is why it is imperative to have a knowledgeable and experienced California delivery truck accident lawyer to assist throughout the legal process.

There are several matters worth considering with regards to hiring a personal injury lawyer. When consulting with attorneys, ask the following questions:

  • How many cases involving injuries caused by delivery trucks have you handled? Years of legal expertise are helpful, but only if these types of cases contributed to it.
  • How many cases involving injuries caused by delivery trucks have you successfully argued? Experience with hundreds of these cases is also useful, although minimal success with handling them is quite telling.
  • How might you approach my case? After hearing the details of the case and reviewing relevant documentation, a competent attorney should be able to suggest a legal strategy, potential problems, and possible solutions to them.
  • How do you expect to be paid? Most personal injury attorneys do not request payment until an award is granted. However, a lawyer should be willing and able to provide documentation outlining his or her rates.

Speak With a California Delivery Truck Accident Lawyer

The team at Panish, Shea & Boyle LLP is prepared to answer these and any other questions regarding personal injury litigation with emphasis on California delivery truck accidents. Aside from the ability to effectively and efficiently execute and win personal injury cases, each member of the staff is aware of the emotional turmoil generated by accidents involving delivery trucks – which is why every client is treated with compassion and sensitivity throughout the duration of their case. Call 877.800.1700 to speak with one of our skilled professionals today.

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