Amazon Van and Truck Accidents Lawyer in San Diego, CA

If you were injured in an accident in San Diego, CA, caused by an Amazon delivery driver, you deserve to be compensated for your loss. The problem is, these usually aren’t just your average auto crash claims. Drivers often aren’t Amazon employees, and figuring out who’s responsible can be challenging.

Mission Personal Injury Lawyers routinely helps those injured in Amazon van and truck accidents in San Diego, CA. Since the firm was established in 2010, we’ve dedicated our practice solely to helping victims injured through no fault of their own. 

We use our over 40+ years of experience in personal injury law to tackle even the most complex and hard-fought cases. We are committed to holding negligent parties accountable, so our clients get the compensation they deserve for medical treatment, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

We have a 99% track record of success, and that means tens of millions of dollars recovered for our clients over the years. Want to learn more about how we can help you? Call our San Diego, California law office today at (619) 777-5555 for a free consultation.

How Can Mission Personal Injury Lawyers Help After an Accident in San Diego, CA?

How Can Mission Personal Injury Lawyers Help After an Accident in San Diego, CA?

We help bring order to your life after an accident. You may not know how to navigate the claims process, and you may not realize the full value of your claim. We can take charge of your case immediately, so you don’t have to worry about dealing with insurance companies. That allows you to focus on getting better. And hiring an attorney gives you a much better chance of getting a higher award.

When you hire our San Diego truck accident lawyers, you can count on us to:

  • Review the circumstances of your accident and determine the cause of the crash
  • Identify the driver and the owner of the Amazon van or truck
  • Calculate your damages in consultation with medical experts who will help us understand the extent of your injuries
  • Keep you informed of the status of your case, and let you know all options available to you
  • Negotiate with insurance companies for a favorable settlement
  • Send a top-rated trial attorney to fight for you in court, if settlement talks don’t result in an offer that fully compensates you for your losses

We consistently receive high client reviews, and we maintain a Superb rating on Avvo. We’ve been honored by numerous professional organizations for our professionalism and successful outcomes. Some of our most recent distinctions include selection for The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40, the San Diego Business Journal’s Best of the Bar, and Lawyers of Distinction. 

You deserve a San Diego personal injury attorney who knows the ropes and who puts you and your family first. That’s just what we’ll do. The sooner you call, the sooner you can let go of the worry about what to do next. Call now to set up a free initial consultation.

How Common Are Amazon Van and Truck Crashes?

It’s hard to say. That’s because the Amazon delivery system includes direct employees, Amazon Delivery Service Partners (DSPs), and independent contractors hired through Amazon Flex. That makes it hard to track how many accidents are directly related to Amazon.

DSP drivers likely make up approximately half of Amazon drivers in the U.S., but Amazon excludes them from its public injury reports. Individual DSPs may report their crashes and other injuries to OSHA, but Amazon Flex workers are neither Amazon nor DSP employees. Crashes they cause are likely reported only in general vehicle crash numbers, not to OSHA.

That said, there were 5,578 traffic crashes in San Diego in 2019 (the most recent data available) where someone was injured or killed, according to the California Office of Traffic Safety. That’s approximately 15 per day. When the rest of greater San Diego County is included, that number skyrockets to 19,928, or roughly 55 every day.

What Causes Amazon Van and Truck Accidents in San Diego, CA?

Amazon drivers are under intense pressure to deliver a high volume of packages. In a recent class-action lawsuit, a DSP operator alleged it was expected to deliver 350-400 packages per day per van in California – that’s a delivery roughly every 1 to 2 minutes in a 10-hour shift. And that’s not accounting for any breaks. When drivers are in a rush, they tend to make mistakes.

Many accidents are caused by negligence or recklessness, such as:

We have ample resources to investigate your case, including the ability to hire experts as needed to support causation and damages. 

Get Help After an Amazon Van and Truck Accident in San Diego, CA

Were you recently injured in an Amazon van and truck accident in San Diego, CA? Let Mission Personal Injury Lawyers get started fighting for the compensation you deserve.

We have successfully handled countless vehicle accident cases involving contracted delivery drivers. You only pay our legal fees if we secure a financial award for you through a settlement or verdict. Initial consultations are free, so call now.