North Carolina Bus Accidents Lawyer
By virtue of the size of most buses, and the fact that buses carry multiple passengers, bus drivers have a greater responsibility to drive safely. Unfortunately, there have been several major bus accidents in the news throughout 2010 and 2011 in which people were seriously injured or killed.
And most of these bus accidents seem to have happened because of bus driver negligence.
At Christina Rivenbark & Associates, we make it our mission to represent those who have been injured as a result of poor or unsafe bus driving. Sometimes it’s the bus driver or the bus driver’s employer or both who are responsible. From texting while driving or driving while sleepy to lack of proper bus maintenance, we will work toward the best possible result in your case. For a free consultation, call 910-795-4407 or contact us online.
Holding Bus Drivers And Their Employers Accountable For Accidents
From charter bus and tour bus operations to commuter buses and metropolitan area buses, the rules and regulations surrounding bus company operation have come under greater scrutiny.
Bus drivers who fall asleep behind the wheel, as one example, lead people to question whether hours-of-service rules for commercial drivers are being followed — and whether bus company employers are pushing drivers too hard.
Representing Bus Accident Victims Throughout North Carolina
From law offices in Wilmington, we represent injured clients and their families throughout North Carolina, traveling wherever we need to be in order to advocate for you after a serious or fatal bus accident. For a free consultation, call 910-795-4407 or contact us online.