Hooray! Your Amazon order has arrived! Most of us feel a little twinge of excitement each time an Amazon package lands on our doorstep. But behind the thrill of receiving all kinds of cool stuff, there’s a much darker side to Amazon delivery. Here in California, we’re seeing a deadly rise in Amazon delivery truck […]
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What are Common Causes of Delivery Truck Accidents?
Delivery trucks are all over our roads. Delivery drivers do the difficult job of bringing much-needed goods to California people, but not all of them are responsible drivers. Here in the Bay Area, there have been catastrophic accidents where a delivery truck caused a cascade of crashes, injuries, and even deaths. Each of these accidents […]
$499,000 Settlement in a Bicycle vs. Delivery Truck Accident
When a delivery truck collides with a bicyclist, the cyclist is lucky to survive. An accident like this can cause severe bodily injury, not to mention emotional trauma, for the cyclist. This was the situation for one of our clients, an avid cyclist who rode his bike to work each morning down Market Street in […]
How Do I Prove Negligence in a Delivery Truck Driver Accident?
Every delivery truck driver on California’s streets has an obligation to drive safely. It’s called their “duty of care” and when they breach it by causing an accident, they can be held liable. Proving liability might sound simple and straightforward, but it’s not always easy! As an injured person, you’ll have to gather and present […]
Many Commercial Truck Accidents are Caused by Brake Failures
Many Commercial Truck Accidents are Caused by Brake Failures Did you know brake failures are a leading cause of large truck accidents? That’s scary to think about. As you drive along California’s roads, a truck’s failing brakes could set off a catastrophic accident that causes you to suffer severe injuries. The National Highway Traffic Safety […]
Deadly Rise of Amazon Delivery Truck Accidents
When you grab an Amazon package off your front porch, you probably don’t think much about how it got there. But that package arrived in your hands through a massive network of Amazon warehouse workers and delivery drivers. Most of Amazon’s packages are managed by their division called Amazon Logistics, which handled about 3.5 billion […]