Bus Accidents

If you were injured in a bus accident, you need to find out if the driver violated any safety regulations or if negligence played a role in the crash. The lawyers at The Cagle Law Firm, P.C., can help answer these questions. 

You May Be Able To File A Lawsuit If You Are Injured In A Bus Accident

Buses and public transportation vehicles operated by city or state employees have to follow specific safety rules. If you were injured in a bus accident, you need to find out if the driver violated any safety regulations or if negligence played a role in the crash.

Metro Bus Accidents Require Quality Legal Representation

The lawyers at The Cagle Law Firm, P.C., can help answer these questions. We are a boutique personal injury law firm with experience and success in handling these types of claims — all the way from pre-litigation settlement to the courthouse.

Accidents involving buses and public transportation operated by the city can be complex. In some cases, you may have to provide a specific notice of your claim to the city, state, municipality or other governmental unit immediately or you will not be allowed to pursue any claim for compensation. We can handle everything for you so you can focus on recovering.

Our Austin attorneys can investigate the accident and see if the driver was negligent at the time of the crash. We will also document the nature and extent of your injuries, your required medical care now and in the future, lost earnings, and your pain and suffering, to determine the fair amount of compensation in your case.

We can make sure you are treated fairly and that you aren’t taken advantage of during this complicated and difficult process.

Don’t Wait To Contact Us

If you’ve been injured in a bus or public transportation accident in Texas, contact us right away. Call our office at 888-353-3619 or 512-371-6101 or contact us online.

Resources

The Cagle Law Firm, P.C., provides individuals injured through someone else’s negligence personally tailored legal services. Learn about your legal rights and resources below. Call (888) 353-3619 for a free consultation.

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