Ohio Delivery Truck Accident Lawyer
Columbus Commercial Vehicle Collision Lawyer
Large 18-wheeler tractor-trailers are not the only commercial vehicles subject to federal and state regulations on Ohio roads and highways. Any commercial truck, including UPS vans, food service step-vans and courier trucks, is subject to obeying provisions of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act (FMCSA). If a driver or commercial truck company violates the regulations, causing an accident, the company is subject to liability for the full extent of money damages owed to injury victims.
Don’t Talk to the Truck Company Representative. Talk to Us.
Dennis Seaman & Associates is ready to help you protect your rights if you were injured in an accident caused by a negligent delivery truck driver or truck company in Ohio. Accidents involving smaller delivery vans and courier trucks often occur in crowded traffic conditions and city centers. The details of the accidents are often confused and contradictory, as the truck drivers argue against being blamed for negligence. We enlist accident reconstruction, medical and economic experts to help us investigate the facts of your case and determine the full extent of compensation you are entitled to.
Not Sure What to Do Next After a Truck Accident?
During your free initial consultation, we will evaluate your case and give you a clear, honest explanation of your legal options. As your legal representative, we will help you identify your primary goals and keep you apprised of the progress of your case. You are in control – our attorneys will serve as your guide.
If You Are Unsure Whether You Have a Case
We will examine the facts behind your delivery van or commercial truck accident case, starting with the following questions about possible truck driver errors:
- Was the truck driver under the influence of drugs or alcohol?
- Was the driver overworked, suffering from fatigue, or ill?
- Was the truck driver distracted, texting or talking on a cell phone?
- Was the truck driver speeding, driving recklessly or aggressively?
- Was the truck overloaded or loaded improperly?
- Did the truck driver have a clear view of traffic, including backing mirrors?
- Did you play a role in causing the accident or increasing the extent of your injuries?
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From our offices in Cleveland, our Ohio delivery truck accident attorneys represent clients in workers’ compensation and third-party injury claims in communities throughout Ohio. Contact us to arrange a free initial consultation today.