Bus accidents can be brutal. Get the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

Bus accidents, although not as common as car and motorcycle accidents, can still be devastating to anyone that is involved. Kuvara Law Firm 1-800-4-INJURY can help you if you have been injured in a busing accident. Contact us today to talk to one of our experienced bus accident attorneys and get fair compensation for your pain and suffering.

Because of the large size and weight of most buses, the likelihood of an accident having much of an impact on its passengers is rather slim for lower speed accidents, and is more likely to harm the passengers of whatever vehicle struck or was struck by the bus. However, if there is an impact large enough to harm bus passengers, there can be many injuries due to the fact that they are no seat belts, or the possibility of the bus rolling over. If you are involved in a bussing accident it is important to stay calm and remember to call the police. The police can both file a police report and take care of any other injured parties.

Gather Information for Personal Injury

Gather all necessary information from the scene of the busing accident. Obtain as many details as possible from the other driver such as their name, contact information, driver's license number, insurance information, and anything else that may be related to the auto accident. Never sign anything or admit fault, anything you say at the scene can be held against you legally. If you can, take the names and contact information from any witnesses. This will be useful if the insurance companies need second-hand accounts to verify liability. If you have a camera, take pictures of the auto accident, gathering as much information and footage as possible. These are important steps to follow after an auto accident to ensure your health, safety, and interests are protected. Don't get taken advantage of. Contact one of our bus accident lawyers to report your personal injury as soon as possible.

Medical Attention

Although bus accidents are uncommon, when one occurs, passengers of both the bus and the other vehicle could be badly injured. Common serious injuries include head, brain injuries, whiplash, paralysis, bone and, muscle injuries. It is imperative that if you are injured in an accident with a bus that you seek medical attention right away. Your doctor can evaluate and document your injuries properly.

Contact Insurance

Make sure to also contact your insurance company regarding the busing accident as soon as possible. Give the insurance agent information about the involved parties, and witnesses, and all the details of the accident, so that they can assess your case. Your insurance company and the other party's insurance company will handle the details of liability and compensation. If by chance the bus is government run, different laws apply that can make the case a lot more complicated and you should definitely call an experienced lawyer.

While insurance companies exist to protect people in the event of loss, these companies do not always look out for your best interests. When it comes to compensating you for your losses and suffering after an bus accident, insurers will often try to offer the lowest amount possible. It is important to contact an experienced auto accident attorney to insure that your interests and rights are fully protected if you feel you have not been adequately compensated for your bus accident losses or if you have suffered personal injury or loss of property.