What to Do When Your Child Gets Hurt on a School Bus
In the United States, approximately 25 million K-12 students ride the bus each way during the school week, according to the American School Bus Council.
Statistically speaking, traveling by school bus is a lot safer than traveling in a car driven by a teenager or adult. However, accidents do happen, and children can get injured using this mode of transportation. Apart from tragic crashes, there are other hazards involved when students travel by bus:
If your child was injured on a school bus, you should take the following steps:
Whether the accident was the fault of the bus driver, the bus company, the school district or someone else, they can be found liable for the injuries and trauma your child experienced. The compassionate lawyers at Steinberg Law Firm can discuss your case with you and ensure your family gets the justice and compensation deserved. For a free consultation, contact Steinberg Law Firm at 843-720-2800.
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