Can you sue for a public Transportation Accident?

In the case of a Public Transportation Accident, you can & should file an injury claim or bus accident lawsuit against any transportation provider responsible for your injuries, even if it’s a government agency.
While buses are generally safe, accidents do happen — and can lead to very serious injuries. … The short answer to this question is yes — you absolutely can sue the government or any local agency because its negligence (or the negligence of one of its employees) led to you being hurt in a bus crash

School Bus Accident
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), school buses are the safest way to get children to and from school. … Parents often ask, can I sue if my child is hurt in a school bus accident – the answer is yes, on behalf of the child.

Just as in car accidents, bus accidents (i.e Public Transportation Accident) can cause a wide assortment of injuries. These may include broken bones, sprains, whiplash, bruising, concussions, internal organ damage, bleeding, and even death. Unfortunately, buses also tend to cause their own unique injuries due to the construction of these vehicles.

Make sure that the driver knows that you were injured as a result of the accident. Write down the name of the driver and the number of the bus. If you can, take pictures (possibly using your phone) of the accident site. Write down the registration number of the bus and any other vehicles involved.

Steps to Take After Being in a Bus Accident

Seek Medical Care Right Away. As soon as you can exit the bus or leave the accident scene in a safe manner, make sure to do so.
Report the Accident & Talk to Witnesses.
Gather As Much Evidence as Possible.
Keep a Record of All Damages & Injuries.
Reach Out to a Personal Injury Attorney.


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