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Bus accidents can cause serious injuries, and multiple parties may be responsible. Natasha Misra Law represents bus accident victims to pursue compensation for their injuries.
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next steps after a Bus Accident

What Should I Do If I Have Been in a Bus Accident?

The most important step to take is to contact an attorney to begin the investigation into your potential claim. In Wisconsin, all personal injury claims must be filed within a specific time period, called the statute of limitations.

For bus accidents, this time period depends on who the claim is against. Generally, the time period is three years from the date of the accident, but for claims against the city, municipality or county for negligence by a city bus operator, the time period is shortened, often to 120 days.

Common Bus Accident Injuries

You Should Seek Immediate Medical Attention For Your Injuries.

Bus accidents can cause injuries to passengers on the bus and in other vehicles, and to cyclists and pedestrians. Common bus accident injuries include:

  • Broken bones
  • Cuts and bruises
  • Neck injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Brain trauma
  • Death

In addition to these physical injuries, bus accidents can cause mental and emotional injuries.

Who is responsible for a bus accident?

There May Be Multiple Parties Responsible For Your Injuries.

While it is often the bus driver who is liable for an accident, that is not always the case. Even if the bus driver was partially at fault, Wisconsin has a comparative fault system, meaning if multiple parties contributed to the accident, multiple parties can be held liable. Even if the victim was partially at fault, our attorneys may be able to assist in recovering damages from the other parties at fault.

Parties who may be liable for a bus accident include the:

  • Bus driver
  • Bus maintenance crew
  • Bus manufacturer
  • Parts manufacturer
  • Tour company operator

Because so many parties are potentially liable in a bus accident, it is best to contact our office today to assess your case and determine who are the appropriate parties to sue.

Hiring A Bus Accident Attorney

How Can A Personal Injury Lawyer Help You Recovery For Your Bus Accident Injuries.

After a bus accident, you may be faced with devastating injuries, causing you physical and emotional pain and costing you thousands of dollars in medical bills. During this time of recovery, our Milwaukee bus accident attorney will be there to assist with the litigation, fighting on your behalf to recover damages for your injuries. No matter the nature of your injuries, we are here to assess your case and advise you on the best way to proceed. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Has your vehicle been damaged in an accident?

We will work within the limits of insurance coverage to repair or replace your vehicle at no additional cost to you. This includes towing and storage bills and a rental vehicle while yours is being repaired.

We understand how important transportation is for your full recovery, which is why we provide this service to repair property damage to your car.

Contact us today to learn more.

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