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Commercial vehicles are automobiles used to conduct for-profit business. The delivery trucks that bring packages to Evansville neighborhoods, the semis that transport goods across the country and even the buses that drive individuals to where they need to go may all qualify as commercial vehicles.

According to the Indiana Department of Revenue, commercial vehicles drive more than nine billion miles in the state every year. That is a lot of distance covered and many hours on local and state roads. Inevitably, with so many commercial vehicles in operation throughout the year, some are bound to be the causes of serious motor vehicle accidents.

Accidents involving commercial vehicles can be very serious. Commercial vehicles can be large and can inflict a lot of damage on smaller vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists. As such, commercial vehicle accident victims can suffer serious injuries, significant financial losses and may even die due to the negligence and recklessness of drivers, commercial vehicle owners and even the companies that put commercial vehicles on the roads.

When commercial vehicle accidents happen, victims should not be left on their own to figure out what rights they have and how best to pursue their losses. At our law firm, we support individuals who have been affected by commercial vehicle accidents. These motor vehicle accidents can vary and may require different litigation strategies than other forms of car accident cases. Anyone who has been affected by a commercial vehicle accident may need to explore their options when it comes to legal rights.

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