How To Pursue Compensation After A Commercial Vehicle Crash
The term “commercial vehicle” encompasses a wide range of vehicle types such as:
- Ice cream trucks
- Food trucks
- Delivery vans and trucks
- Airport shuttle service vans
- Over-the-road big rig trucks (18-wheelers)
- Garbage trucks
- Dump trucks
- Car carriers
- Repair service vans and trucks
- Lawn service trucks
What they have in common is that they are operated by private enterprises for business purposes. They often have special shapes and sizes that distinguish them from private cars or family-owned vans and pick-up trucks.
They also have special insurance coverage. There may be multiple individuals and entities responsible for a single vehicle, including the driver, a dispatch service, a company management organization and a company’s owner(s). Discovering how to tap into resources that can compensate the injured is a job for an experienced personal injury attorney.
Glenda Mitchell Law Firm represents people in Georgia and South Carolina who have been injured in collisions involving commercial vehicles. Personal injury lawyer Glenda Mitchell has devoted her career to skillful advocacy for the injured. She also brings wrongful death claims on behalf of family members whose loved ones were killed in crashes involving commercial vehicles.
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Inquire today to request a free consultation after a delivery truck crash or any commercial vehicle accident. Reach us in Georgia at our Cartersville office by calling 864-326-3073 or in South Carolina by calling . If you prefer, send your inquiry through our online contact form. We are available to consult with you in your home or hospital after a motor vehicle accident if necessary.