Savannah Bus Accident Attorney
Savannah Personal Injury Lawyers – (912) 335-4977
After being in a bus accident, you understandably might not be ready for
the complications that are sure to follow. Your insurance company will
want to know who is liable – can you show them confidently where
responsibility lies? The bus could have been controlled by the city or
a bus company with lawyers ready to attack your claim – will you
be able to make a solid case with what you know? The questions are numerous
but the solution is clear: work with Karsman, McKenzie & Hart.
There is no such thing as a
personal injury case that is too complex for our team of highly-experienced Savannah personal
injury attorneys. We will never meet an opposition that is too powerful
for us to handle. There will never be a time when we back down and give
up on our client’s cases, not when they rely on us to win them ample
Compensation we will fight for in your bus accident claim includes:
Bills for emergency medical treatment
Hospital costs – past, current, and future
Lost wages and reduced earning potential
Lowered standard of living
Not sure where to begin your case? A
free evaluation is always good!
Who Is Liable in a Bus Accident?
The more parties involve in a vehicle accident, the more complicated the
case will be. In a bus accident, the number of potential parties is higher
than perhaps any other type of traffic collision. Liability could fall
upon parties you never even considered, and you will only gain proper
compensation if you know who they are.
Our Savannah bus accident lawyers will need to study your case to determine
which of the following parties can be found liable:
Driver: Most traffic accidents are caused by the people actually driving the vehicle,
and bus accidents are no exception. A distracted bus driver poses a serious
threat to everyone on the road and within their vehicle. They must be
held liable when applicable.
Company: Bus schedules are strict, demanding, and set by a parent company, or the
city if it is a public transportation bus. Making a bus driver work long
hours or speed to meet tight scheduling could put some liability onto
the shoulders of the controlling company or department.
Mechanic: Maintaining a bus to acceptable standards of safety is not an easy feat
but it is a necessary one. If mechanics approve a bus for use on the roads
when it is unsafe, they could be partly responsible for defects and part
failures that cause a crash.
Passenger: The people on a bus have just as much responsibility to be safe as anyone
else. A bus passenger that intentional distracts or attacks the driver
while the vehicle is in motion could be liable for any resulting collision.
Build Your Case & Pursue Maximized Compensation
Karsman, McKenzie & Hart are dedicated to our clients. When we say
that we will do everything to fight for your right to compensation and
do nothing to forfeit your best interests, we mean it. We genuinely want
to be the team that builds up your case, strengthens it with solid evidence,
and earns you every last penny you need to be comfortable.
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