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Can I Pursue a Commercial Vehicle Driver for My Accident Injuries in North Carolina?

January 15, 2022

At Dewey, Ramsay & Hunt, P.A., our Charlotte personal injury attorneys know that commercial vehicles come in all shapes and sizes in North Carolina. We also know that when business vehicles are involved in traffic collisions, there may be multiple parties that are liable for the damages.

If you have been involved in a crash with a commercial vehicle that was caused by negligence in North Carolina, contact our Charlotte personal injury attorneys to discuss your case during a free consultation.

What is Considered a Commercial Vehicle in North Carolina?

Our Charlotte commercial truck accident attorneys consider vehicles that are used for work or to transport goods commercial vehicles.

That may include:

  • Semi-Trucks
  • Flatbed Trucks
  • Box Trucks
  • Bucket Trucks
  • Garbage Trucks
  • Vans
  • Tow Trucks
  • Dump Trucks
  • Grapple Trucks
  • Refrigerator Trucks
  • Travel Trailers over 10,000 pounds
  • Heavy Equipment used for Mining, Construction, and Farming

Commercial trucks may be owned or operated by private or public companies, or government entities which may complicate the personal injury recovery process.

We can help. Our skilled commercial vehicle accident attorneys in Charlotte will review the details of your collision to pursue the proper insurance coverage for your financial recovery, whether it is from a single party or a combination of parties, to maximize your results.

What if I Was Hurt in An Accident with FedEx, UPS, or Amazon Delivery Driver?

With a sustained increase in online shopping and local delivery demands, there has been a notable increase in the number of FedEx, UPS, Amazon, and Walmart delivery vehicles on our North Carolina roadways.

In some cases, independent contractors are getting behind the wheel of large delivery vehicles to meet the increased demand. When independent contractors cause collisions, the company may point to the driver’s contractor status as a reason to avoid liability.

We can help you sort through the details of a delivery driver collision and who can be held liable, so you are not left paying for your medical care, lost wages, and additional expenses out of pocket.

Contact Our Charlotte Commercial Vehicle Accident Attorneys Today

At Dewey, Ramsay & Hunt, P. A. our personal injury attorneys in Charlotte provide free consultations by calling 704-377-3737 or contacting us online.

We provide unique legal services tailored to fit each client’s needs and do not get paid unless you do.

Your Injury, Our Fight. How can we help you take a stand?

Because every case is different, the description of awards and cases previously managed by our law firm does not guarantee a similar outcome in current or future cases.