UPS Truck Accidents

July 31, 2014

Often times, accidents involving UPS trucks tend to be very complicated due to the number of individuals or entities typically involved.  Statistics from 1998 to 2008 show that approximately 7,100 truck accidents occurred across Alabama, which also resulted in 132 fatalities.  At Citrin Law Firm, we have experience handling cases involving commercial vehicles such as UPS trucks, delivery trucks, and FedEx trucks.

The United Postal Service began in 1907 in Seattle, Washington as a private messenger and delivery service.  Its name was originally the American Messenger Company and would in time grow to become the United Postal Service we know today. Now located in Sandy Springs, Georgia, it has grown to become a leader in global supply chain management and is known for its gold shield logo.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a UPS truck accident, due to the negligent actions of another individual, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your losses and damages.  Our attorneys, here at Citrin Law Firm, believe that it is the negligent parties’ responsibility to pay for damages and harm they have caused to innocent individuals.

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UPS Truck Accident Facts

Typically, there are many factors that contribute to UPS truck accidents. Many times these factors will lead to more serious injuries, sometime resulting in death.  Some common injuries usually associated with UPS truck accidents include:

These accidents can usually be avoided by providing the correct training to these individuals in order to improve their driving skills and performance.  However, studies have proven that one-third of all truck drivers were improperly trained.  This means that many drivers are not fully trained to handle all the duties that they are called upon to do.


Types of UPS Truck Accidents

Recent statistics show that the majority of truck accidents, injuries, and deaths are caused by vehicles weighing over 10,000 pounds. None the less, it is simple to understand these figures once we recognize the size difference between a UPS truck and a passenger vehicle. However, there are many different types of accidents that can cause an UPS truck accident.

A few causes of UPS accidents include:

Additionally, adverse weather conditions, load shifts, and distractions are known to cause many accidents. In some cases, these accidents may alter the course of one’s life.

If you or someone you love has been injured in a UPS truck accident, Citrin Law Firm may be able to help you recover the compensation you deserve from your losses including medical bills, pain and suffering, property damage, and loss of wages.

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Types of UPS Truck Accident Injuries

Due to the great size differential of a UPS truck and a passenger vehicle, there is a great force produced by these sorts of accidents.  Typically these accidents will cause great personal harm to the individuals involved.

A few common injuries include:

If you have been involved in a UPS truck accident that was caused by a negligent action of another individual, and you are not sure what to do next, contact the attorneys at Citrin Law Firm.  Our attorneys will help guide you in the right directions and help explore your legal options so you can receive compensation for all your damages.

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Contact An Experienced Mobile Auto Accident Attorney

If you or a loved one has been involved in an UPS truck accident, it is imperative to seek the legal guidance of an experienced UPS truck accident attorney in Mobile.  By using the services provided by an attorney, you may find yourself eligible to receive compensation for damages and losses caused by your accident.

At Citrin Law Firm, we are dedicated to helping injured individuals receive the justice they deserve from being injured by a negligent individual.  With our firm based in Mobile, we are licensed to serve the entire state of Alabama.

A few locations include:

To learn more about how our truck accident attorneys can help you in your time of need, or to schedule a free no-obligation consultation, contact us at 251-888-8888 and a member of our intake team will take the details of your accident and connect you with one of our experienced lawyers.

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