If you or a loved one has been involved in a delivery van accident, we can help you recover the compensation you deserve. Call (951) 688-0006 or message us online to arrange a free consultation with our Beaumont Delivery Van Accident Lawyer today.
Delivery van accidents can result in serious injuries and financial hardships for those involved. Knowing you have a skilled professional working on your behalf can provide peace of mind during a challenging time. You can trust that your lawyer is doing everything possible to secure the compensation you deserve while you focus on recovering.
Establishing liability in delivery van accidents can be challenging. Was it the driver’s fault, the company’s negligence, or a combination of factors? An experienced lawyer can investigate the accident thoroughly to determine who should be held responsible. Dealing with insurance companies can also be overwhelming. Lawyers are skilled negotiators who can handle these discussions to ensure you are not taken advantage of during the settlement process. If a fair settlement cannot be reached through negotiation, your lawyer will prepare your case for court and fight for your rights in front of a judge and jury.
Here are some of the most common causes of delivery van accidents in Beaumont:
Training, proper maintenance, and responsible driving practices can help reduce the risk of these accidents.
There are various types of compensation, often referred to as “damages,” that may be available to you in a delivery van accident case. Here are some common types of compensation that can be pursued:
The specific types of compensation you can seek will depend on the circumstances of your case, the severity of your injuries, and a variety of other factors.
California has a law known as the statute of limitations for delivery van accident claims, which sets a filing deadline of two years from the date of the crash. If you fail to file a lawsuit within that time, you may lose your right to seek compensation for your injuries and other losses.
If the delivery van involved in the accident is owned or operated by a government entity, such as a city or county, there is a shorter deadline of six months. Once you file the claim with the government agency responsible, if you receive a denial letter, you have six months from the date of denial to file a lawsuit. On the other hand, if you do not receive a rejection letter, you have two years from the incident date to file.
If you have been injured in a delivery van accident, don’t hesitate to reach out to our experienced Beaumont legal team at Hanson & Mouri. Let us fight for your rights and help you on the path to recovery. We offer a free initial consultation; call (951) 688-0006 or message us online today.