Delivery companies are often held liable for the negligent or reckless actions of their drivers. This is especially true when evidence shows that the driver caused a serious crash because they were poorly trained, inadequately supervised, not properly equipped, made to work long hours without required rest breaks, or distracted while using company-issued electronic devices.
So, yes, a person who suffers injuries in a crash involving a UPS, FedEx or other delivery vehicle can have grounds filing insurance claims against the company.
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