Dallas Bus Accident Lawyers
Choose a Dallas Bus Accident Law Firm with a Reputation for Results
Bus accidents are often catastrophic because of the size of these commercial vehicles and the fact that they may be carrying a number of passengers, with questionable seat belt usage. At Arnold & Itkin, we represent victims of bus accidents in Dallas, Fort Worth, and across the U.S. These vehicle accidents can be complicated to investigate, but we have worked in this field for over 15 years and know precisely how to determine cause and build compelling cases that help our clients get the care and recover the compensation they need.
To see how we can help, call our Dallas bus accident attorneys now at (888) 493-1629. Your initial consultation is free!
Bus Accident Causes & Contributing Factors
It’s true that “accidents happen,” but each accident has one or more causes. These are behaviors or scenarios that contributed to the incident; it would not have occurred if not for these factors. As Dallas bus accident attorneys, we’re very interested in what causes our clients’ accidents because this provides the foundation for successful personal injury or wrongful death cases. It may also apply to work injury claims for those injured on the job.
Working with investigators and accident reconstruction specialists, we may uncover such causes as:
- Fatigue/falling asleep at the wheel
- Driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs
- Distracted driving
- Dangerous or poorly maintained roads, traffic signs, or signals
- Defective or poorly maintained bus parts
- Lack of proper bus passenger restraints
- Inexperience or lack of proper bus operator training
What a Dallas Bus Accident Lawyer Helps After
When you get on a bus or share the road with one of these huge vehicles, you trust the driver is trained, is paying attention, and is operating a bus that’s properly maintained. When this does not occur, you may be left with life-changing injuries or the loss of someone you love. This is unacceptable.
When innocent people’s lives are turned upside down by school bus, city bus, and tour bus accidents, we are committed to setting things right again. Depending on the type of bus, different laws, procedures, and rules of negligence and liability may apply. Fortunately, we have considerable experience with traffic accidents of all kinds and can determine which laws apply to your unique accident.
Bus Accident FAQ
Who Is Liable for a Bus Accident?
If a reckless driver collides with a bus, it’s likely that they’re liable for the accident. However, bus accidents are often caused by unqualified bus drivers, careless companies, or parts manufactures that fail to make safe products. The most important part of securing justice from negligent parties after a bus accident is making sure you call the right Dallas bus accident law firm. Starting the process is free and confidential when you call Arnold & Itkin LLP at (888) 493-1629.
Should I Call a Bus Accident Lawyer After an Accident?
Yes, calling a lawyer will help make sure you’re taking the right steps to recovering as much as possible—even if the other side has offered a settlement. Our Dallas bus accident lawyers will listen to what happened and help you determine if you have a case or are being offered the right compensation for your injuries.
What Can a Bus Accident Law Firm Help Me With?
We’re always focused on making sure clients have the financial means to move forward after serious bus accidents. Investigations into bus accidents can be complicated as they involve multiple parties, complex regulations, and powerful insurance companies. Our Dallas bus accident law firm focuses on making sure a claim is handled properly, thoroughly, and that our clients are being treated right throughout the process.
A Dallas Bus Accident Law Firm That's Here for You
When you come to our lawyers after a bus accident in Dallas, our priorities will be:
- Helping you get the medical care you need
- Pursuing fair compensation for all of your injury-related losses and expenses
- Securing money for lost earnings, including loss of future wages and benefits
- Answering your questions and keeping you informed, so you always know what’s going on
- Holding the at-fault party accountable