Orlando I-4 UPS Crash Destroys Packages, a Ford Fusion, and Causes Havoc on I-4

By: Admin

Early this morning there was a car accident on I-4 in Orlando involving a UPS semi-truck that ended with the truck engulfed in flames. While this is an unfortunate accident for those traveling on I-4 westbound, it is could be critical or those who had packages on the truck. There are many different types of accidents that occur within our transportation system ranging from courier planes crashing all the way to semi-trucks being destroyed. We all expect that the delivery companies of today will get your package to its destination safe and sound. When accidents like this happen and a valuable package is destroyed, you may be able to file a claim against the person who caused the accident including the trucking company for your losses. UPS’s policy is that each destroyed package will be refunded up to $100, but anything over that will be handled on a case by case basis. It is wise to take caution about that policy because like all businesses the main goal is to lower expenses to gain more profit. Most companies have trained staffs that do their best to cut down costs, meaning sometimes neglecting the needs customers whose lives/professions were affected by an accident within that company. The attorneys at Wieland, Hilado & DeLattre are here to help all citizens in their legal troubles. They will fight to get you the answers and remedies you are entitled to, no matter the situation. The first consultation is always free so if you are in need of any legal assistance visit our website at www.WhenJusticeMatters.com or by calling out office at (407) 841-7699.



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