Accident Attorneys with Experience Litigating Against Major Trucking Companies*
Truck carriers and insurance companies will likely do whatever it takes to limit their liability. That is why our team of accident attorneys investigate and prepare every case as if it is going to trial. If your case heads to the negotiating table, we are in a strong position to maximize compensation for you and your family. Conversely, if a settlement is not possible, we will be more than prepared to fiercely advocate on your behalf in court. Either way, our tenacious approach to case preparation gives you the best chance to obtain fair and just results for you and your family.
FedEx is a multinational courier delivery company servicing more than 220 countries and territories worldwide. On an average business day, FedEx delivers more than 15 million packages around the globe, making it the second-largest courier company in the U.S., trailing only UPS.
Our team of accident attorneys successfully resolved a wrongful death and several truck injury cases arising from an accident in Orland, California, between a FedEx truck and a tour bus. Baum Hedlund Aristei & Goldman has also successfully handled other cases against FedEx Ground.
UPS (United Parcel Service, or Big Brown) is the world’s largest package delivery and supply chain management company. The courier service delivers tens of thousands of packages every day in the U.S. alone. Over a recent 24-month period, UPS delivery vehicles were involved in 2,362 accidents (54 were fatal and 858 caused injuries). UPS ranks the highest among all U.S. courier service providers in terms of crashes per year.
Our firm has experience representing people harmed in crashes involving UPS trucks.
XPO Logistics is one of the largest transportation and logistics companies in the world. With roughly 100,000 team members and a fleet of thousands of box trucks and tractor trailers, XPO does business with more than two-thirds of the companies listed in the Fortune 100.
According to government data, J.B. Hunt received more than 7,000 citations for safety violations over the last two years. Over the same time span, J.B. Hunt trucks were involved in over 1,500 truck crashes.