A FedEx driver hit my 1 year old Goldendoodle on July 23rd in my driveway as he leaving, and did not stop. He was driving too fast. I have a camera that saw him take off quickly but not the truck actually hitting her. I was outside and heard what was happening (dog yelping) and heard him speed off. I even have a slow for dogs sign. I was talking with him as he was delivering my package and was trying to round up my dogs before he left. He hit her so hard, her back was broken and she had to be put down. He simply sped off. I have a physical disability and had a difficult time getting her into the car and to the vet by myself. I would not have contacted FedEx had he stopped and offered to help me or even an apology. I filed a case with FedEx on July 24th. I have been trying to get in contact with FedEx for weeks about my case. I have spoken with at least 10 different people. Currently the national FedEx agents tell me to call local office and local office tells me to call the national number, that's IF I get someone on the phone. They have been completely rude and will not return my calls. Just an apology would have been nice, but this is unacceptable. What can I do?
You can present a claim against Fedex. But you should know that every Fed ex is indivually owed and thus you need to see the name of the company which has this route and then meet with an attorney to help you r pursue the damages.
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