Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Dec 30, 2010 in Auto Accidents
For many different reasons, people in Arizona use buses for transportation. This includes school buses, city transit buses and of course charter buses that are obtained by groups of people who are all traveling to the same destination. While this mode of transportation is generally safe, Arizona bus accidents can and do occur, and when they do they can lead to serious injuries, multiple fatalities and the immediate need for help from experienced Phoenix bus accident injury lawyers. Below is a brief look at common causes of these crashes and how liability could attach to those responsible for the harm that is caused.
As stated above, Arizona bus accidents occur often, and statistics show that every year, approximately 1,500 such crashes take place. These collisions include more than 300 that lead to at least one injury and almost one Arizona bus accident per month that leads to at least one fatality. As is the case with any other type of Arizona traffic accident, there are causes for these incidents that tend to be more common than others. Below are a few examples of these common causes:
Given the lack of safety devices in most buses, any of these accidents can lead to serious harm to unsuspecting passengers.
When an Arizona bus accident occurs, there are several ways in which legal liability can attach to those who are responsible for the crash. Below is a brief breakdown of potential defendants in an Arizona personal injury lawsuit that results from a bus accident:
Generally speaking, holding those responsible for an Arizona bus accident properly accountable can be a complicated scenario. Therefore, those who have been harmed in this manner need to focus on their recovery and allow experienced Phoenix bus accident lawsuit attorneys to protect and enforce their legal rights for them. If this has happened to you or someone you love, contact a Phoenix injury attorney from the Phillips Law Group today to schedule a free initial consultation.
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