Bus Accidents

Bus accidents can involve city buses, school buses, and tour buses.

Bus accidents can be caused by a range of factors, including bus driver error; drunk driving or drug use by the bus driver; errors in judgment by other motorists; equipment malfunction; poor weather conditions; poor roadway conditions; and traffic congestion. Chicago’s traffic is tied with that of Washington, D.C. as the most congested traffic area in the country, as stated by the Wall Street Journal on February 2, 2011.

Injuries stemming from bus accidents range from minor injuries to serious injuries, as well as death.

These bus accidents often cause victims to incur substantial medical expenses, lost wages, other bills, and pain and suffering.

Elman Law Group gets proven results for bus injury clients through the experience we have gained over decades of practicing law in Illinois. This extensive experience allows us to know whether to settle – and if so, for how much – or whether to go to trial.

If you have been involved in a bus accident, please contact us immediately to discuss the specifics of your case. Our consultation will be provided without charge

Chicago Illinois Car Accident Lawyer Blog - Bus Accidents
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