Fear the Amazon Delivery Driver Rear Ending Your Car

The New York Times today ran an amazing article detailing Amazon’s delivery network, which the company largely classifies as “independent contractors.”  This classification allows Amazon (and other large corporations that adopt this practice) to avoid legal liability when an “independent contractor” causes harm to someone, such as in a rear end automobile collision.  This means that injured parties may not be made whole under the law, and be compensated for their damages and losses, as often the “independent contractors” are uninsured or underinsured.  Trial attorneys in our firm, in our state, and across the country are fighting to correct this type of behavior by big corporations.  The battle lines are just being drawn.  Read the article here:


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