Bus accidents involving city buses, tour buses or school buses have the potential to cause multiple severe injuries. At Gregg, Hunt, Ahern & Embry, our Boston area attorneys assist clients who were injured in mass transit accidents throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and beyond. Our attorneys possess extensive trial experience and in-depth knowledge of personal injury law, giving us an understanding of the challenges involved in taking legal action against public entities and large transportation companies.
Our lawyers represent clients who were injured on buses. We also develop wrongful death cases for families of those killed in bus accidents. We help potential clients learn whether they are eligible to file claims. It is important to determine eligibility as soon as possible so as not to miss the tight deadlines that apply to some of these cases. In both instances, we work closely with clients to understand fully how the accident and the resulting injuries have affected them and their families.
Our law firm employs skilled investigators and technical specialists who help us obtain information and evidence. These experts photograph the scene, interview witnesses and evaluate the treatment proposed by the treating physicians. This information helps us determine the best strategy for a particular client's specific circumstances.Causes of Bus Accident Injuries
Our lawyers help injured clients after bus accidents caused by:
- Poorly maintained equipment
- Inadequate driver training
- Impairment of driver due to alcohol or drug use
- Driver inattention resulting from cell phone use or talking with passengers
- Unsafe or poorly maintained roads
- Defective equipment
We undertake legal action against bus companies, bus repair subcontractors, governmental agencies, school districts, tour operators, manufacturers of buses and bus components and other entities.
Contact the Cambridge office of Gregg, Hunt, Ahern & Embry to schedule a free initial consultation with our Boston bus accident attorneys. Call 617-494-1920. We take injury cases on a contingency basis, charging no fee until we recover damages on your behalf.