Injury Claims in Bus Accident Cases in Sacramento
Many Sacramento area residents are concerned about their finances, and choose to use buses to get to and from work, school or other location for other reasons. It could be assumed that you are safe on a bus. There are factually some very serious dangers that any passenger faces when using this form of transportation. The lack of any seat restraints means that any passenger is likely going to suffer very serious injuries should the bus get involved in an accident. A Sacramento lawyer with experience in representing the injured in serious injury claims must be contacted immediately in any bus injury case.
Bus Accident Attorney in Sacramento
Broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, crush injuries and spinal cord injuries or other serious and painful physical damage can be the outcome when a bus gets involved in an accident. Those who are sharing the road with any type of bus, whether a private or city bus, also are subject to serious injuries if a bus driver is negligent, fails to follow safety regulations with regard to speed or other matters, and causes an injury accident. If you or a family member have been involved in any type of bus accident, Mr. Wyatt, a Sacramento attorney, should be contacted immediately.
The firm hires the best available experts to provide the supporting documentation for serious bus accident injury claims. These matters can be complex to resolve, and demand legal representation from an attorney that is highly qualified in managing difficult injury claims. The matter of liability is critical – who is actually at fault? Was the bus driver badly trained, negligent, speeding or even drunk or on drugs or medication? Bus drivers are considered “common carriers” and are regulated at both the state and federal levels. §206 of the U.S. Code states that the carrier will be held liable for the full amount of damages sustained in an accident, including attorney’s fees. Mr. Wyatt will protect your right to the compensation you deserve, from every possible liable party.