According to the Texas Department of Transportation:

  • There were approximately 2,600 bus accidents in a recent year 
  • About 600 of those were school bus accidents
  • Over 800 of those reported accidents involved at least one injury or fatality

You Have Rights if You Were Injured in a Bus Accident—Our Sole Priority Is to Protect You

Whether you were a bus passenger, a pedestrian, or an occupant in another vehicle involved in a bus accident, it is vital that you have your injuries addressed by a doctor right away and then speak with an attorney. An injury lawyer with Espinoza & Brock has helped clients get substantial compensation for damages caused by their injuries or the loss of a loved one. Don’t be hasty to get a fast settlement from an insurance company—you may not yet be aware of the full extent of the injuries that were caused in a bus crash and the insurance companies are betting on this. We know how to get the full picture of your case and how to prove that the driver and/or bus company is liable. We work hard to make sure you are not taken advantage of, but instead, get what’s fair to pay for medical bills, lost wages, and other damages caused by the long term effects of the accident on your life.

Choose an Attorney Who Is Passionate About Doing the Best for Your Case

Every member of the team at Espinoza & Brock is here to help people who need and deserve an excellent lawyer after being injured in a bus accident.  We have offices in San Antonio and in El Paso and look to extend our brand of quality, ethical legal representation to communities throughout Texas.  You deserve to have your right to fair compensation defended after someone has caused your injuries due to negligence or recklessness.  Javier Espinoza founded our firm after years of hard work.  He is a first-generation American immigrant who paid his dues working construction while supporting his family and going to law school.  No matter your background, legal status, income level or anything else—you are family to us and that is how hard we will work for you.

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Bus Accident Liability Is Not Always Cut and Dried

Bus drivers have a huge responsibility when it comes to the safety of passengers.  They are required to have a commercial driver’s license and the laws regarding operation of such large vehicles are much more strict.  For instance, a BAC of .04% is considered legally intoxicated for a bus driver—there’s no room for error.  The following are some common causes of bus accidents that may be evidence of the driver’s and the bus company’s responsibility:

  • Texting while driving
  • Driving while intoxicated
  • Speeding
  • Failure to stop
  • Failure to yield
  • Failures of a mechanical nature (steering, tires, brakes, etc)
  • Improper maintenance of the vehicle
  • Reckless driving by a third party

Call Espinoza & Brock Today Call Espinoza & Brock Today and Schedule a Free Consultation if You, a Family Member or Loved One Was Hurt in a Bus Crash

You need someone you can count on so you can focus on recovering.  Contact our firm now and speak with an attorney who can help you get the result you and your family need.

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