Maryland Bus Accident Attorneys
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In Maryland, the District of Columbia and northern Virginia, public and commercially-owned bus companies are considered “common carriers.” What this means is that bus operators must exercise the highest degree of care for the safety of their passengers and for the other drivers they share the road with.
If you or a family member has been injured because a bus operator did not exercise that degree of contact the Maryland bus accident attorneys at Rowe, Weinstein & Sohn, PLLC, for extensive trial experience and an aggressive approach that has been proven to produce results.
The sooner you get in touch with us, the more effective we can be on your behalf. The reason for this is that bus accident cases can involve complex liability and insurance law issues. Also, you may have only a limited amount of time to file a claim if you were injured in a crash that involved a public bus or school bus.
Bus Accident Causes
Bus accidents happen for a number of different reasons. Some accidents happen simply because buses can be so difficult to maneuver. Inexperienced or poorly trained drivers are a major factor in many bus accidents as well. Poor road conditions, overloading and the absence of safety equipment on a bus can also be causes.
Despite regulations requiring routine bus maintenance, mechanical issues continue to be a major problem and an underlying cause in many accidents. The main reason for this is that bus companies can save money by cutting corners and deferring maintenance for as long as possible.
As your attorneys, you can depend on us to thoroughly investigate and make certain that all parties responsible are held accountable. Typically, this means documenting and preserving evidence at the scene, locating and interviewing potential witnesses and working with appropriate medical specialists and other experts to help us build a clear, complete and compelling case for the compensation you deserve.