What Are The Key Differences Between Accidents Involving Fedex Trucks And Regular Vehicles?
People often ask about the key distinctions between suing FedEx and pursuing a claim in a regular car or motor vehicle collision case. In a typical motor vehicle collision, a driver holds a standard driver’s license and lacks the commercial driver’s license essential for operating heavy-duty vehicles like 22-wheelers on highways. Consequently, they aren’t obligated to adhere to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, a set of laws designed to safeguard individuals on the road. However, FedEx is obligated to comply with these regulations. Additionally, FedEx has contractual agreements with all its contractors, outlining their respective duties and responsibilities. Familiarity with these agreements is pivotal when handling FedEx cases. I have extensive experience in handling numerous FedEx cases, including multiple jury trials against FedEx, one of which resulted in the largest verdict in FedEx’s history. After exhausting legal avenues, including a case before the New Mexico Supreme Court, FedEx ultimately paid our clients over $370 million. We offer a free initial consultation, and you can find our contact information at the bottom of the screen. We are dedicated to delivering favorable results.
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