Las Vegas Delivery Driver Accident Attorneys

When a delivery driver causes a car accident in Las Vegas, injured victims may be able to recover compensation by filing a personal injury claim against the driver and his or her insurance company, the company’s auto insurance, or the company itself. In some cases, personal injury claims can be filed against multiple parties simultaneously. Whether you were hurt in an Amazon delivery truck accident, a crash with DoorDash, or a wreck with a pizza delivery driver, Blackburn Wirth Injury Lawyers can help you identify all parties who may be liable for your injuries. Let us help ensure you recover maximum compensation.


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Delivery Driver Accident FAQs

What damages can be recovered in a delivery driver accident in Las Vegas?

Delivery driver accidents can cause a host of financial and health burdens for victims. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may be able to file a claim and recover compensation for:

  • Lost wages (past and future)
  • Medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
How much is my case worth?

We will look at several factors to determine the value of your case. These might include:

  • The available insurance coverage
  • Whether multiple parties contributed to the crash
  • Your percentage of fault for the accident
  • The severity of your injuries and losses

While we strive to provide you with sound legal advice and an accurate estimate of your case’s value after we have gathered important information about your crash, please keep in mind that no personal injury lawyer can predict the exact amount you will recover during a free consultation.

Can I sue the delivery company directly?

In some cases, you may be able to file a claim against the delivery company itself. If negligent hiring or retention was involved, for instance, the company may be liable for your injuries. Other instances where a company may be liable include when:

  • Poor maintenance on a company vehicle caused your accident
  • The company knew the negligent driver was impaired and allowed the delivery anyway
  • The company overscheduled a fatigued driver
  • The company encouraged the driver to speed or otherwise drive recklessly to meet delivery deadlines