USPS Accident Injuries

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USPS Accident Injuries

Each year the United States Postal Service delivers more than 100 billion pieces of mail. The Postal Service throughout the nation is incredibly important to many people’s everyday life. With such an enormous responsibility, USPS must carry 551,570 total career employees, using 213,881 USPS vehicles, 35,756 total retail offices, and serving 935.7 billion customers throughout their stores. Not only do Americans count on the Postal Service to deliver their mail accurately and in a timely manner, but they also expect the company to do so in the safest possible way. Nevertheless, a USPS accident occurs far more often than many would imagine.

The Motor Vehicle Safety Program has been developed by USPS, with the help of the U.S. Department of Transportation, in order to facilitate safe driving practices while reducing the number of losses suffered each year. With such a serious responsibility to the public, it is important that all USPS employees, facilities, vehicles, etc. are all handled with extreme care. When the company does not comply with these rules and regulations, a lawsuit may be in order. When a USPS accident occurs, it is important to speak to an attorney as soon as possible.

Citrin Law Firm takes great pride in our role in the Alabama community. Throughout our many years of providing professional legal services to injured Alabama residents we have come to understand just what it takes to be successful in the courtroom. Beyond that, however, we go the extra mile to promote safety through our Citrin Safety Foundation. If you or a loved one has been involved in a USPS accident, our truck crash attorneys are prepared to take your case today.

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Facts about USPS

Tasked with the great responsibility of delivering billions of pieces of mail, USPS carriers must be thoroughly trained and coached in order to safely do their jobs under the USPS system. Using both field training and classroom education tactics, the Postal Service is able to put their employees in a number of situations to ensure that they are prepared to operate the carrier vehicles as safely as possible.

USPS is quite specific in regard to the goals and objectives that their employees must meet. In order to fully prepare for road travel, employees undergo a thorough training and learning process. As these carriers begin to develop their skills, they are able to apply them in real-life settings to simulate how a normal day on the job would be. The following are some of the most critical goals of USPS employee training:

  • Gain the necessary abilities, skills, and knowledge related to specific job duties, including the application of newly assigned jobs or new practices
  • Uphold or improve upon current set of job skills
  • Creating a direct career path through the improvement of company knowledge, practices, and skills
  • Maintain education regarding new practices, postal systems, and new technologies

By developing their employees with a clear career path in mind, USPS is able to train employees for the long-term. In doing so, the company hopes to improve upon safety as well as reduce the rate of USPS accidents occurring throughout the country’s roads and highways. If you or a loved one has been injured in a crash, our USPS accident lawyers are here for you.

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Motor Vehicle Safety Program

USPS must ensure the execution of the Motor Vehicle Safety Program, as regulated by the U.S. Department of Transportation. With the coordination of these two organizations, the Postal Service is able to improve tremendously. Beyond the reduction of USPS accidents and the improvement of safety, two essential goals of the program, the Motor Vehicle Safety Program actually improves the collection and delivery systems throughout the nation.

Through the use of Accident Analysis, this program outlines the importance of supervisors and managers to analyze the details regarding postal truck collisions. For example, if an Alabama driver were to be involved in a crash with a USPS truck, the Accident Analysis would provide the specifics regarding the route layout, accident data, driver observations, and many other critical factors. With this information, the company is able to make adjustments to reduce the accident rate.

 

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With our main office located in Mobile, our truck accident lawyers have been helping seek justice for Alabama residents for many, many years. At Citrin Law Firm, our skilled legal staff all shares a deep compassion for people. This compassion translates into each and every case that we take on. We believe that our wronged clients deserve maximum compensation in the event of an auto crash. If you or a loved one has been injured, our Mobile personal injury lawyers are here to help.

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2014-07-31T18:47:40+00:00 July 31st, 2014|Truck Accidents|

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