Littlerock Bus Accident Lawyers
When it comes to bus accidents, there’s a lot that can go wrong. Lack of seatbelts and other safety features, paired with a design that is easily tipped, an abundance of passengers, and the difficulty of stopping or maneuvering such a large vehicle, can all contribute to the seriousness of injuries resulting from a bus accident. In some cases, these injuries may cause irreparable damage.
If you or someone close to you has been injured in a bus accident, you could be eligible for compensation from the negligent parties. Ellis Littlerock bus accident lawyers can help you determine whether or not you have a case and how much it might be worth.
Types of bus accidents
There are many ways that a person can become injured in a bus accident. In some cases, these injuries may be minor, leaving a temporary or manageable injury. However, many times, these injuries can be severe, leading to life-long struggles with pain, disabilities, or the loss of someone dear.
Common examples of bus accidents include:
- Collision with another vehicle
- Striking a walking pedestrian or bicyclist
- Reckless bus driver veering off the road or not following driving laws
- Being struck by a jammed door, falling pieces, or other defective parts
- Defective tires, brakes, or other mechanical issues
- Being tossed around after a collision or rollover
At Ellis Law, we have seen all types of cases. Our personal injury lawyers can help you determine if your bus accident is eligible for compensation.
Finding the negligent party
Every incident is slightly different and needs to undergo its own unique investigation to determine the cause and the person or persons at fault for it. In many cases, the cause of the accident may not be so clear, as there are a variety of actions that led up the collision. Whatever your situation is, you can trust in the expertise of an Ellis bus accident lawyer who will fully investigate the accident to determine all of the factors—and parties—that played a role in your accident.
Examples of negligence can include:
- A driver who is drunk, distracted, or driving recklessly
- Company’s failure to train its employees and enforce regulations
- Mechanics who failed to fix mechanical errors
- Manufactures of defective tires, devices, or mechanical errors
- A driver of another vehicle who collided into the bus or caused the bus to veer off course
There may be many other examples that aren’t listed above. The best way to determine who is at fault is by trusting in an experienced Littlerock bus accident attorney to investigate your case.
Choosing the right legal team
If you’ve been involved in a bus accident, don’t let the fear of legal fees stop you from filing for compensation. At Ellis Law, your consultation is always free and we work on contingency fees. This means that you don’t have to pay for your personal injury attorney until we win your settlement. We have a history of winning cases for our clients and have collected more than $350 million in compensation over the last 25 years.
Call us today for your free consultation and see how we can help you.