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John “Red” Dove founded AAA Cooper Transportation in the 1930s, hauling logs with his father two sawmills from the Alabama woodlands. By the early 1950s, the owner purchased a portion of PC That Truck Lines and the remaining ownership of the company by 1955. At that time, Mr. Dove re-monitored the company AAA Motor Lines. When son joined the company in 1959 and the other 1962.

The regulation of the trucking industry 1973 change the company’s direction. By 1976 AAA Cooper Transport began serving all of Florida. The Motor Carrier Improvement Act of 1980 help the company to expand into South and North Carolina, and Georgia. At that time, the company’s annual revenue was approximately $3 million. In 2018, the trucking company’s revenues reached $554 million. In 1997, AAA Cooper had a “Truck to Ship to Truck” services to Puerto Rico and added services to Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico, Latin America, Australia, Africa, Asia, and Europe.

AAA Cooper Transportation is a Truckload (LT) carrier, meaning the company delivers one truckload containing similar, products, goods, and materials to multiple locations. This type of trucking is opposite an LTL (less than truckload) carrier with a mixed freight. The company currently has 5000 employees, including 2925 drivers operating over 2660 tractors and 6500 trailers.

The company follows a fleet maintenance service program using professionally trained maintenance providers operating forty-one maintenance facilities. The company provides services and maintenance to diesel engines, including Cummins, Detroit, International, Volvo, and CAT. These facilities are strategically located in the Southwest, Midwest, and Southeast.

Additionally, the Company has its Safety Every Day 365 program where every driver undergoes a safety awareness training every three years to remain in compliance with federal and state requirements.

AAA Cooper Transportation Crash Reports

Like all interstate trucking transportation companies, AAA Cooper Transportation has had its share of crashes, collisions in accidents in the United States.

Contact information for AAA Cooper Transportation includes:

1751 Kinsey Rd.
Dothan, AL 36303
(800) 633-7571 (toll-free)
(334) 793-2284 (local phone)
(855) 635-8704 (fax)
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AAA Cooper Transportation Truck Accident Attorney
Attorney John D Pascoe

Pascoe Law Firm

1414 S. Friendswood Dr, STE 120,

Friendswood, TX 77546

United States

Phone: 713-829-4317
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Filing a Compensation Lawsuit for Personal Injuries Related to a Truck Accident

Any victim has suffered an injury or lost a loved one because of a large commercial truck accident can file a lawsuit and seek damages from every party at fault. An attorney can resolve your case successfully by following complicated Texas tort laws when filing for compensation with the claims adjuster or presenting evidence in front of a judge and jury. Sometimes, the injured victim will file a claim or lawsuit to recover all of their losses through negotiations with insurance companies or litigation in court to hold the trucking company responsible for damages.

Trucking accident claims for monetary recovery provide an avenue for victims to obtain financial compensation for their damages involving:

  • Hospital bills, medical expenses, and the cost of rehabilitation and therapy
  • Loss of past wages due to time away from work: Lost earnings (diminished current and future earnings)
  • Car rental while your vehicle is under repair
  • Temporary or permanent loss of your truck or car
  • Emotional stress and mental anguish
  • Pain and suffering

Common Causes of Commercial Vehicle Collisions

Statistics by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) revealed many of the common causes associated with large commercial vehicles in the United States that include:

  • Distracted Driving – Any distraction like speaking on a smartphone or sending text messages is prohibited by law and creates a dangerous scenario for everyone sharing the roadway.
  • Driving Under the Influence – Taking drugs or consuming too much alcohol and operating a motor vehicle can create a dangerous scenario for everyone sharing the road.
  • Cutting off a Large Truck – Large commercial vehicles need an exceptionally long area to stop quickly when a sudden stop is required. A truck traveling behind the passenger vehicle may be unable to stop before causing a crash.
  • Drowsy Driving – Operating a commercial vehicle over long hours can cause drowsy driving, which could lead to catastrophic harm to innocent victims.
  • Aggressive Behavior – Aggressive movement, including traveling at excessive speeds or reckless driving, could result in severe injuries of the wrongful death of innocent victims.

Sometimes, a commercial vehicle driver will cause an accident because of erratic movements, or they were fatigued, having worked too many hours on a tight schedule. In these cases, the trucker and the trucking company should be held legally liable for causing the crash and all the costs associated with injuries or wrongful death of innocent victims.

We Help with Large Commercial Truck Accidents

The dedicated attorney at Pascoe Law Firm is ready to hear your case if a large commercial truck caused your injuries or the loss of a loved through wrongful death. Our dedicated legal firm will represent your family’s behalf in developing a healthy strategy to fight back against the commercial trucking company that wants to avoid legal responsibility (at fault) for causing your severe accident that resulted in injury or death.

Call the Pascoe Law Firm at (713) 829-4317. Our legal team can begin working on your case today. We accept every case through a contingency fee arrangement. This agreement postpones payment for legal services until after our lawyers have negotiated an acceptable out of court settlement on your behalf or won your case at trial. Contact us today!

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