What Happens If You Are Hit By A Bus?

When private bus companies left Charleston in the early 1970s, the Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation Authority stepped in to provide public transportation for the Charleston area. But, even the most experienced bus system is going to have accidents. Bus drivers make mistakes. When they do, those accidents can cause serious injuries.

Our team of eight attorneys works together to make sure that your legal problems get solved. We help to get a full and complete picture of your injuries. Then, we pursue the maximum compensation possible. Email our office to set up your appointment for free.

How Bus Accidents Impact You And Who Is Responsible

If you are a bus passenger, a driver or a pedestrian, you stand very little chance against a bus. The sheer difference in size is a major disadvantage for you. When you are in a bus accident, you are very likely to suffer major injuries like compound fractures, brain injuries and even paraplegia or death.

After an accident, you may be unable to work. Especially if the injured person is the family's main provider, this is an extremely bad news. Our firm can help.

After the injury, one of the biggest struggles you will have in a bus injury is untangling the mess of people who played into the accident. Between the bus company, any contractors, other drivers and insurance companies, you may have many possible claims. Some of these claims may disqualify you from further action or seriously undervalue your financial burden.

Let our attorneys come to your aid. We know personal injury law. We spend every day helping people just like you get the compensation they need to get back to their lives.

Call Us At 304-205-1810 For Experienced Litigators

We want to make sure you are comfortable and taken care of while we pursue your case. We tailor our firm for comfort and have a welcoming environment. The lawyers you work with at Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler, PLLC, are experienced in personal injury law and focus on your needs, both legal and personal. Call our office or set up your free consultation by email. If you are unable to leave the hospital or your home, we will come to you.