Maryland Bus Accident Lawyer
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If you sustained an injury in a bus accident, you can seek compensation
for your financial and noneconomic damages. If you can prove that the
the bus operator or company was negligent you are entitled to collect
compensation for medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering.
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- Over $250 million in Verdicts & Settlements
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Who is Liable?
Liable parties may include:
- Drivers (bus driver or motorists)
- Local governments or County, city, or state agencies
- Bus companies
- Mass transit systems
- County, city, or state agency
School, Charter, and Public Transportation Bus Accidents
Who is responsible depends on the type of bus involved in your accident.
For example, you could sue the local school district after a school bus
accident. Charter bus accident liability can fall on the bus company.
If your accident involved city or county transportation, you could file
claims against the local government.
Bus Accident Victims & Causes
Bus accident victims are not always passengers. While passengers account
for many injury claims, other motorists, bus drivers, bicyclists, and
pedestrians can pursue damages as well.
When local or state government entities are responsible for a bus accident
it is sometimes required to put the government on notice. This often allows the accident victim a short period of time to notify
the government or local agency. In these situations it is extremely important
that the injured party obtains a lawyer promptly.
Fight for the Compensation You Need
Contact Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, & Siegel, P.C. to start your bus
accident claim. We offer free, no-obligation case evaluations. Fill out
our online form to learn more about your legal options with our firm and
to see what our Maryland personal injury attorneys can do for your case.