Philadelphia Amazon Delivery Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

In 1994, Jeff Bezos launched what is now known as the biggest online retailer in the world, Amazon. Now, Amazon has roughly 925,000 workers worldwide. Amazon also has more than 175 fulfillment centers and more than 150 million square feet of space.

Amazon Delivery Personnel and Workers’ Compensation

To deliver the products Amazon buyers want, drivers need to deliver them. Delivery personnel are critically essential in making the company successful. There is growing pressure from Amazon for packages to be delivered quickly and efficiently. This pressure can contribute to an increase in work injuries of Amazon workers. Amazon drivers are not immune to sustaining injuries while out delivering packages.

Every state with workers’ compensation mandates that most employers, including Amazon, carry workers’ compensation to cover work injuries. Although workers’ compensation is intended to provide economic support for those injured on the job, in reality, many companies attempt to deny some workers’ compensation claims.

It is difficult to file a workers’ compensation claim on your own. Speak with a workers’ compensation attorney at MyPhillyLawyer to help you with the filing process.

Amazon Delivery Drivers Are Entitled to Workers’ Compensation

It is often difficult to prove your injury occurred while working as a delivery driver. If you have been involved in a crash or otherwise injured while at work, it is imperative you provide as much evidence as you can to prove when the accident happened and where it happened.

If possible take as many pictures as you can to back up your workers’ compensation claim. Do not forget to get eye witness statements. Next, obtain a detailed doctor’s report and proof you actually went to hospital. If you did not get taken to hospital, but instead went to a medical clinic, make sure you can document that as well. Any receipts or other documentation you have that proves you were involved in an accident, including the day and time of the collision is helpful in filing a claim.

Amazon Delivery Driver Injuries

Amazon delivery drivers are exposed to many dangers that might lead to injuries. Every day, delivery drivers move, rearrange, carry, and load and unload their truck. On the way to get the packages delivered, drivers may be involved in a crash, be bitten by a dog, or may slip and fall. Accidents like these can result in a variety of serious injuries such as:.

  • Dog bites
  • Broken bones
  • Bulging discs
  • Back strains or sprains
  • Cuts and scrapes
  • Crush injuries
  • Joint inflammation
  • Brain trauma
  • Back injuries
  • Concussions
  • Whiplash
  • Head trauma
  • Amputations

Contact a Workers’ Compensation Attorney

If you were injured while delivering Amazon packages, you must notify your employer immediately. Notify them in writing and verbally, if you do not, you may lose your eligibility to file a workers’ compensation claim.

Keep all receipts you obtain for medical expenses from either the company doctor or your personal doctor. The receipts prove you sought and received medical care.

Before filing a workers’ compensation claim, make an appointment for a free consultation with a MyPhillyLawyer workers’ compensation attorney. You are going to need an able lawyer helping you file your claim. Workers’ compensation claims are notoriously confusing and complex.

MyPhillyLawyer know what they are doing when it comes to making sure you get the workers’ compensation you need and deserve. Call us today at 215-227-2727 to find out about our free consultation.

Our Record of Success: Verdicts & Settlements

These are just examples of the injury cases we successfully handle every year. Our Philadelphia law firm recovers millions of dollars annually for clients.

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Brain injury causing brain damage

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Failure to provide appropriate medical care

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Construction site scaffolding fall

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Failure to diagnose - medical malpractice

6.75

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Brain injury from ATV accident

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