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FedEx and UPS Truck Accidents in Los Angeles, CA

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FedEx and UPS Truck Accidents Lawyer in Los Angeles, CA

Were you recently involved in an accident with a FedEx or UPS delivery vehicle in Los Angeles, California? Contact or call M&Y Personal Injury Lawyers at (877) 300-4535 to learn about your legal rights and options. You may be entitled to compensation, and our Los Angeles truck accident attorneys can help you work to maximize your financial recovery.

Since 2013, our law firm has been helping victims of FedEx and UPS truck accidents in Los Angeles, CA. Through tireless advocacy for our devastated clients, we’ve helped them win over $400 million in life-changing financial awards.

Don’t try to take on big companies like FedEx or UPS on your own. Let our award-winning litigators do that for you. Contact our law office in Los Angeles to arrange a free consultation and learn more about how we can help.

How M&Y Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help After an Accident With a UPS or FedEx Truck in Los Angeles

How M&Y Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help After an Accident With a UPS or FedEx Truck in Los Angeles

What caused your accident with a FedEx or UPS truck? Is the delivery driver to blame? What about third parties? Can you file a lawsuit against the delivery company? What happens if someone attempts to blame you?

All of these are important questions, especially if you’ve been seriously injured and need compensation to offset the costs. However, they’re not answers you need to try to get on your own.

Take the time you need to get better and let our Los Angeles truck accident attorneys handle your personal injury case for you.

At M&Y Personal Injury Lawyers, we’re award-winning litigators who aren’t afraid to go toe-to-toe with big corporations like FedEx, UPS, and insurance carriers in Southern California. We work hard and have a demonstrated ability to win (and win big) for our clients.

As we fight for compensation after your UPS or FedEx accident, we will:

  • Investigate the crash to determine why it happened and who’s at fault
  • Gather evidence, including driver logs, vehicle maintenance records, photographs and videos, medical records, witness statements, and more
  • Bring in leading truck accident and industry experts to provide insight as we strengthen and value your claim for damages
  • Defend you against victim-blaming strategies that could hurt your chances of getting full compensation
  • Negotiate with at-fault parties and their insurance companies on your behalf
  • Argue your case before a jury in Los Angeles County if you’re offered anything less than a fair settlement

We’re here to help you deal with your catastrophic injuries and move forward with your life. Our personal injury attorneys will work tirelessly to make a difference and help you get the money you deserve. We offer a free consultation, so don’t hesitate to reach out to our law office in Los Angeles to arrange a time for yours today.

How Often Are FedEx and UPS Trucks Involved in Accidents?

With the sharp rise in online shopping, it’s no surprise that FedEx and UPS deliver billions of packages across the nation every year. At last count, UPS had 134,000 vehicles in operation and more than 127,000 drivers. Between FedEx Ground and FedEx Express, Federal Express’s fleet of vehicles exceeded 136,000, and it employed more than 166,000 drivers.

Already congested roads and highways see a strain when this many delivery trucks share the road.

Needless to say, accidents involving FedEx and UPS trucks are fairly common.

In the 24 months leading up to May 24, 2022, FedEx Ground and FedEx Express vehicles were involved in 3,172 auto accidents. 

In that same period, UPS vehicles were involved in 2,942 motor vehicle accidents.

That’s an average of 8.3 UPS and FedEx truck accidents in the United States every single day.

Who’s Liable For a FedEx or UPS Truck Accident in Los Angeles?

Anyone who contributes to an accident involving a commercial delivery truck can be liable for the consequences.

This might include:

  • Negligent UPS truck drivers
  • Negligent FedEx truck drivers
  • Third-party motorists, including drivers of other cars, trucks, or motorcyclists
  • Bicyclists or pedestrians
  • Property owners
  • Government agencies
  • FedEx or UPS, or one of its subsidiaries

Does this mean you can file a lawsuit against FedEx or UPS if you’re hurt by one of its delivery drivers? Maybe. These companies have a responsibility to hire qualified drivers, inspect and maintain their fleets of vehicles, and supervise their employees. Since many courts have also held that UPS and FedEx drivers are employees, not independent contractors, these companies can also be vicariously liable for driver negligence.

However, insurance is your first source of compensation after a crash with a UPS or FedEx vehicle, and both companies have huge policies in place to cover their drivers and injured third parties. If your damages exceed what the company’s policy will pay, you may have the right to file a lawsuit directly against one of these multinational corporations.

Our attorneys will help you understand the best course of action for recovering compensation after your FedEx truck accident or UPS truck accident in Los Angeles. 

Schedule a Free Consultation With Our Los Angeles Truck Crash Lawyers to Discuss Your FedEx and UPS Truck Accident

Did you recently get hurt in a vehicle crash because a FedEx or UPS driver was negligent? Maybe they were distracted or driving while fatigued. Maybe their truck was unsafe, or the cargo load shifted during transit. Whatever the reason, M&Y Personal Injury Lawyers can help you fight to hold the company and its driver accountable.

Contact our Los Angeles personal injury lawyers to find out how we can help you maximize your financial recovery. We offer a free consultation and work on a contingency basis. There’s no cost to you unless we win your case.

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