Amazon Truck Accident Lawyers: Coluccio Law Takes on Big Corporations on Behalf of the Working People

Kevin Coluccio is passionate about helping seriously injured people and their families get through the civil justice system.

SEATTLE, Washington State — Countless truck accidents involve Amazon’s delivery service partners (DSP). Frequently, the drivers of the vans cause accidents resulting in serious injuries and fatalities, yet Amazon claims that it should bes absolved of the responsibility and accountability for the damages caused. Kevin Coluccio of Coluccio Law is a member of a group of Amazon truck accident lawyers working to hold the company accountable for accidents and injuries caused by drivers delivering packages.

Personal injury lawyer Kevin Coluccio, the founder of Coluccio Law, is one of 50 lawyers nationwide and the only attorney in Washington certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. For almost 40 years, he has been working to protect seriously injured people and the families of accident victims.

Dedicated to creating real and positive change in people’s lives and making communities safer, Coluccio Law offers free consultation for anyone involved in an accident caused by a DSP driver and truck. The firm has handled over 1,800 cases successfully and recovered some $500 million for injury and death claims.

“Being a truck accident lawyer, I have represented the victims of truck accidents across the country and in the Pacific Northwest.  Numerous accidents both in the Pacific Northwest and across the country involve trucks emblazoned with the Amazon logo, frequently seen on our highways and the streets of our communities. Despite the Prime logo on the truck, Amazon consistently claims that the drivers and trucks are third-party companies. While they’re called ‘delivery service partners,’ the drivers wear uniforms with the Amazon name and logo,” said Coluccio.

According to Coluccio Law, the litigation of claims involving DSP drivers and Amazon’s responsibility is growing, and he encourages truck accident victims to reach out to a lawyer with knowledge and resources to pursue these claims.

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Amazon claims that it is always innovating with new technology, making process improvements, and helping DSPs provide better training to their employees to improve the safety of drivers, customers, and the communities they serve. Amazon claims It has invested heavily in safety technology and programs in delivery vehicles to decrease collision rates, but, we are still often seeing accidents involving DSP delivery vehicles.

“Since 2018, the Delivery Service Partner (DSP) program has empowered entrepreneurs who want to launch and operate their own delivery service to do business with Amazon. Now, more than 3,500 DSPs are delivering over 20 million packages every day across 19 countries. As has always been the case, nothing is more important to us than safety, which is why over the last five years we’ve invested more than $8 billion in state-of-the-art technology, safety enhancements, vehicle fleets, and exclusive services for DSPs and their drivers,” said an Amazon spokesperson.

However, the law firm argues that Amazon delivery drivers deal with challenging delivery quota requirements that contribute to more accidents. Unsurprisingly, it is expected to surpass FedEx and UPS and become the largest package delivery company in the United States.

“The problem with Amazon’s position is that Amazon controls every aspect of the deliveries, including the drivers’ uniform, including equipment that’s in the vehicle, including the software that tells them where to take the packages.  In addition, Amazon requires specific delivery times. Claims have determined that Amazon requires DSP operators to deliver hundreds of packages within a limited timeframe,” said Coluccio.

Coluccio Law views Amazon’s high production pressure and delivery quotas as a factor in drivers working too fast and taking risks, posing a significant danger to communities across the country. Committed to helping accident victims receive fair compensation, the firm offers free consultations for potential Amazon truck accidents and other personal injury cases.

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