Today’s buses are usually equipped with cameras taking video of the passengers, the road ahead and behind, and on the bus driver specifically. These cameras are critical to any bus case. When we represent a bus accident victim, we request this video evidence immediately. Most of the time businesses only keep their video for two weeks. These cameras often show exactly why the accident occurred and it can show how intense the impact was.
When a bus crashes, the victims usually aren’t wearing seat belts. This can put them at serious risk.
When these cases are brought to court, there are usually substantial damages at stake. If you or a loved one is in a school bus accident, it’s important to have a diligent, principled, compassionate attorney who will bring those responsible to justice. The law firm of Jeanette J. Secor, P.A. uses substantial legal experience to investigate and prosecute bus accidents to ensure you and your loved ones receive full compensation.
Let us take the necessary steps to try to get your case won and over.