Who Pays for a Car Accident in a Company Vehicle? | Colorado Springs Injury Lawyers

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Commercial vehicle accidents may result in large payouts for injury victims due to potentially high insurance policy limits. If you or a loved one was recently hurt by a company vehicle, you may be able to seek compensation for your injuries up to large commercial policy limits.

The car accident attorneys of Zinda Law Group can help you seek adequate recovery for your damages after being struck by a company car. Whether you are an employee of the opposing company, or you are not affiliated at all, call us at (800) 863-5312 for a free case evaluation with one of our Colorado Springs auto accident lawyers.

Trucking Accidents

If you were injured in an accident with an 18-wheeler, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Many truck wreck cases in which the victim was driving in a passenger vehicle result in significant damages.

Due to the severity of injuries sustained by riders in cars that are struck by trucks, personal injury cases for 18-wheeler crashes may be valued more than standard car wrecks. There may also be a greater chance of death due to the sheer size and weight of a freight truck.

Professional drivers may be on the road for many hours at a time, which may increase the risk of impaired driving due to exhaustion and fatigue. Many laws exist to prohibit reckless truck driving, and a common way to discourage dangerous conditions is to mandate large insurance policy minimums for commercial vehicles.

Food Delivery Drivers

Each year, there is an increase in the number of restaurants that use automated delivery apps. Along with this rise comes an elevated accountability to deliver food on time and an increasing incentive to expedite delivery times.

If a delivery driver injures someone in an accident due to recklessness and haste, there is a chance the victim may be able to sue against commercial vehicle policy limits. Not all food delivery drivers carry standard insurance, and some are not insured by their company at all, so it may be important to conduct a proper investigation in the policy requirements for the employer of the at-fault driver.

Ridesharing Services, Taxis, and Limousines

With the prevalence of ridesharing services like Uber, Lyft, Juno, and other companies, there may be an added complexity to car accident injury cases. Not all companies have the same degree of liability over their drivers, so you may benefit from researching the laws in your jurisdiction regarding ridesharing services.

Ridesharing apps in particular have different insurance policies in different states, and will vary between using third-party adjusters and subscribing to full-service insurance providers. The specific policies of the company involved in your rideshare accident may have a significant impact on your case.

Get Assistance from Colorado Springs Car Accident Attorneys

Many car passengers and pedestrians are victims of car accidents with commercial vehicles, and some sustain catastrophic injuries. If you or a loved one was hit and injured by a delivery driver, an 18-wheeler, an Uber driver, or another service, there is a chance that they hold a commercial vehicle insurance policy and that you may be entitled to significant compensation.

The personal injury lawyers of Zinda Law Group can help you seek the compensation you deserve. And as one of our clients, you will pay nothing unless we win your case.

Call us today at (800) 863-5312 to receive your free consultation with one of our Colorado Springs commercial vehicle injury lawyers.

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