School Bus Accident LawyersPutting a child on a school bus is a hard thing for any parent to do. Not only is it an indicator that your child is growing up but it’s also leaving the safety of your child in the hands of someone else and leaving the safety of your child, in many times, on an outdated bus with no safety restraints. School bus accidents are common occurrences, and if your child was injured as a result, our PA school bus accident lawyers can help. Fill out the form on the right to email our attorneys directly and get a free consultation. You can also call 1-800-444-5309, our attorneys are on call 24/7.
There are over 500,000 school buses transporting children to and from school in the United States every day. These buses sadly result in over 17,000 ER visits a year. School bus designs are a large contributing factor in the accidents they are involved in. They are top heavy making them prone to roll-over accidents. The worst parts about school bus design are the flaws in the seating; many times the seats do not have restraints leaving innocent children to slide and move around any which way the bus does.
The majority of injuries or deaths caused by school buses occur as a result of a school bus accident, however at least 5 out of 20 fatalities involving a school bus are a result of children getting on and off the bus.
Our PA School Bus Accident Lawyers Can HelpIf your child suffered a serious injury or sadly passed away as a result of a school bus crash, you could receive compensation. Our Pennsylvania school bus accident attorneys will fight for the justice your child deserves after being injured in a school bus accident.
Please, call our bus accident attorneys now either locally or toll free: 1-800-444-5309 as you or your loved one may be eligible for compensation for pain, suffering, lost wages, medical bills, permanent disability, and other damages. We know that money can never give your child a clean bill of health again but bringing the negligent parties that caused your child injury or death due to riding the school bus can stop this from happening to anyone else.
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