XPO Logistics Accident Statistics
The nature of XPO involved collisions are also serious, many of which resulted in critical injuries or death. Since June 2019, XPO has been involved in collisions causing 20 fatalities and over 200 critically injured. All of this data was taken from the FMCSA website, which you can see for yourself here and here.
Trucking is a dangerous profession, both for truckers and for motorists who share the highway with big rigs and 18-wheelers. Every year, large trucks are involved in a disproportionate share of traffic fatalities nationwide. Weighing up to 80,000 pounds and traveling at high speeds, these vehicles are devastating in the wrong hands. Companies like XPO Logistics, who make billions every year from trucking, can invest untold resources into safer drivers and practices. Every injury or death they cause is preventable.
Trucking injuries often include:
Statistics like these are why our XPO Logistics truck accident lawyers fight to get our clients as much as possible to pay for medical care, lost income, and pain and suffering. Companies like this are obligated to operate their trucks safely and carefully—instead, their policies and lack of driver training cause serious harm to motorists nationwide while company lawyers deny any responsibility.
Call an XPO Logistics Accident Lawyer for Help Today
Arnold & Itkin is one of the leading truck accident firms in the nation, representing plaintiffs against negligent shipping companies, manufacturers, and retail giants. We’ve won more than $15 billion in verdicts and settlements for our clients, allowing them to rebuild their lives and financial security. Every victory is a life we’ve helped save or restore; that’s why we take these cases so personally.
When we take a case, we make it our sole purpose to ensure the client’s physical, emotional, and financial well-being for the rest of their lives. Our attorneys work around the clock to hold enormous companies accountable for their failures. No matter what.
If you were harmed by an XPO Logistics 18-wheeler or commercial truck, speak with our trucking attorneys today: call (888) 493-1629 or use our short online form.