What Exactly Is Amazon Flex?

Have you heard of Amazon Flex? It’s a type of Amazon package delivery that’s fulfilled completely through independent drivers who use their private vehicles instead of Amazon delivery trucks. At Sally Morin Personal Injury Lawyers, we often help people understand Amazon Flex by calling it “The Uber of Amazon.” Just like Uber, the service uses […]

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Who is Liable for a Delivery Truck Accident?

When a delivery truck collides with you on the road, it’s a little tricky to determine liability. Maybe the delivery driver is blaming you or is refusing to give you the name of their employer. They might not want to admit they’re in the wrong. And even when the delivery driver is being agreeable, it’s […]

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$100,000 Settlement for Pedestrian vs. Auto Accident

If you’ve ever wondered what kind of settlement a California pedestrian might get after being hit by a car, please keep reading. This is the true story of one of our clients – a healthy, fit 72-year-old woman who was hit by a car on Christmas Eve in San Francisco while visiting her son, his […]

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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 […]

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$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 […]

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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 […]

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What are the Steps You Should Take After an Accident with a Delivery Truck?

You’re driving down a city street in California, and suddenly, BAM! A delivery truck hits you. It’s a horrible situation, but try not to panic. There are some important things you need to do immediately afterward, plus some additional things to do in the following days. Miss these steps, and you could regret it later! […]

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When a Borrowed Car is in an Accident, Who’s Liable?

After a car accident here in California, what happens next depends on who owns the car, who was driving it, how it’s insured, and who else was involved. Things can get complicated when the crash involves a borrowed car. Maybe you loaned your car to someone who wrecked it. Or maybe you were driving a […]

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How to Prove Someone Was Texting and Driving

Have you seen someone texting and driving? It’s so aggravating. They drift in and out of their lane, swerving around because their attention is on their device, not the road. Imagine how angry you’d be if this person hit and injured you. Not only did they break the law, but they also disrupted your life, […]

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How Can You Prove Fault in a Scooter Accident?

How do you prove liability in a scooter accident? It’s tricky to establish exactly what happened, especially when the other person is trying to shrug off the blame. Sure, nobody wants to be at fault for a scooter accident. But it’s very important to establish clear liability. As an injured person, the burden is on […]

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