Our attorneys are able to investigate highly complex bus accident claims in order to determine exactly how an accident occurred and, importantly, who is liable.
Lancaster Bus Accident Attorney
Representing Clients in Bus Accident Cases across the California & the Southwest
Have you or a loved one been in a bus accident? Whether your crash involved a privately owned bus or public transportation, we at Accident Attorneys are ready with the zeal and proven skill to help you to financial recovery. No personal injury or wrongful death claim is too complex for our seasoned attorneys to pursue a measure of justice on your behalf. From a Fresno Greyhound bus crash to any type of Lancaster accident, we are ready to help.
Contact us online or call (661) 261-4929 to request a free consultation with our Lancaster bus accident lawyers.
Types of Bus Accident Claims We Handle
Even if your case involves tricky situations of uninsured motorists or a bus company that is denying responsibility, our legal advocates know how to deal with insurance while we help you get the immediate medical care you need as your case is pending. Our goal is to win you compensation that will cover your present and future medical costs, present and future income losses, and more.
We help clients pursue compensation in bus crash cases involving:
- Distracted or reckless driving
- Poor bus maintenance
- Drunk or drugged driving
- Fatigued driving
- Bad weather/road conditions
- Defective parts
- Multiple involved vehicles
- Insufficient bus driver training
- Improper supervision
- Hours-of-service violations
Who Is Liable for Bus Accidents?
Determining who is at fault for an accident is important if you wish to pursue compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages. However, establishing liability in bus accident claims is often complex. For example, although a bus driver may have actually caused an accident, his or her employer (the company that owns the bus, a government entity, etc.) may be liable, as employers are generally liable for their employees’ “bad acts” in California. In legal terms, this is known as respondeat superior.
If you were injured in a bus accident, any of the following parties may be legally liable:
- The bus driver
- A private bus company
- A local or state government entity
- The company that leases the bus
- The manufacturer of a defective bus/bus part
- A third-party motorist, pedestrian, or bicyclist
Whether you have a case against the bus driver, a bus company, equipment makers, other drivers on the road, or even a government entity, we can investigate who is at fault for your bus accident and work to ensure that they are held responsible for your losses.
Why Choose Our Antelope Valley Bus Accident Attorneys?
In the wake of a serious accident or injury, you may be unsure of what to do next or where to turn. Accident Attorneys is prepared to handle every aspect of your case so that you can focus on healing. When it comes to bus accident claims and lawsuits, we have the experience that matters.
- We have won $1+ billion in settlements and jury verdicts.
- Our two attorneys bring 75+ years’ collective experience.
- We make home and hospital visits if you can’t come to us.
- Our lawyers work directly one-on-one with each client.
- We’ve been in Super Lawyers® and National Trial Lawyers: Top 100.
Please don’t hesitate to contact a Palmdale bus accident lawyer from our firm for your FREE case review today.
If you would like to learn more about how we can help you file a bus accident claim, you can use our free consultation form online or call (661) 261-4929 straightaway!
Do You Have Questions?We Have ANSWERS
One of the most common types of product liability claims involve auto parts leading to a car accident. Other types of product liability claims include the following faulty products:
Children’s toy parts
Design defects are one of the most common product liability claims filed. Manufacturing defects are another common type of claims filed. An anottorney can help you determine what is the most practical approach for your case.
To successfully file a product liability claim, whether for a design or manufacturing defect, is to prove the file a claim that proves:
Your (the defendant’s) relationship to the product
Unreasonably dangerous condition of the product
The relationship between your injuries and the defective natur eof the product
Your case does not need any prestige or size to qualify for a product liability claim. You deserve justice in your case as have the tens of thousands of individuals who have filed product liability lawsuits each year. If you are ready to take the next step to fight for what you deserve, give our team a call today!