If you suffered injuries in a bus accident, you could have grounds to file a lawsuit against a number of parties. You may be able to recover compensation to pay for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and inconvenience, and other damages you have incurred, both economic and non-economic. A bus accident lawyer in Doylestown, PA from Cordisco & Saile LLC can help.
Our injury attorneys have a long, successful track record of helping injured victims win compensation after bus crashes and other motor vehicle accidents. We want to put our knowledge and resources to work for you. Our team works on contingency: you pay us only after you recover money; there are no out-of-pocket costs.
For a free case evaluation with a member of our team, call us at 215-642-2335.
The Bus Accident Lawyers at Cordisco & Saile LLC Identify and Hold Liable All Responsible Parties
Several factors make bus accidents more complex than regular car accidents. For one, the injuries are often more extensive, and, in many cases, the number of injured people is greater. There could also be several potentially responsible parties.
Our team investigates your accident, identifying all responsible parties and collecting evidence against them. Those who may be partly or fully responsible for your injuries include:
- The bus driver;
- Another driver in the crash;
- The bus company;
- The bus manufacturer; and/or
- The government entity in charge of road and traffic signal maintenance
We have extensive resources to investigate your accident and figure out exactly where the liability falls. To find out more, and to receive a free case evaluation, call Cordisco & Saile LLC at 215-642-2335.
Do Not Speak With the Insurance Company Before Speaking With Us
Once we have identified all responsible parties, the next step is to approach them and their insurers and negotiate for damages. More often than not, the insurance company is the one doling out the money.
If you have never negotiated with an insurance company for a settlement, understand it is not an easy process. They have highly-paid negotiators whose job is to minimize what they pay out. However, our Doylestown bus accident lawyers know how to maintain the upper hand when dealing with insurers. We can keep you from getting saddled with a sub-par settlement. To speak with a member of our team today, call us at 215-642-2335.
The Cordisco & Saile LLC Team Can Help You No Matter How Your Bus Accident Occurred
No matter how your accident occurred, our attorneys are eager to hear from you and figure out how we can help. We can file a claim against the responsible party on one or more of the following grounds:
Many bus accidents occur due to negligence on one or more parties’ behalf. To prove negligence, we must demonstrate three things:
- The responsible party owed you a duty of care;
- The responsible party did not uphold their duty of care; and
- Because of this failure, you incurred economic or non-economic damages.
All drivers, both commercial and private, have a duty of care to other motorists and pedestrians. This duty is implied when you receive a driver’s license. We can show the responsible party violated their duty by offering evidence of any of the following:
- Violation of a traffic law;
- Drunk driving;
- Distracted driving; or
- Driving too many hours without rest.
Having shown the responsible party did not uphold their duty of care, we can present evidence to connect this failure to the accident itself, and the accident to the damages you incurred.
Product liability refers to the responsibility of a manufacturer when one of its products injures a consumer. To hold a manufacturer liable for injury damages, we do not have to show negligence, but we must demonstrate how its product had a flaw or defect that caused or contributed to your injury.
Manufacturers that may be responsible for your bus accident injuries include:
- The manufacturer of the bus itself;
- The manufacturer of one of the bus’s components; and/or
- The manufacturer of another vehicle involved in the crash.
If your loved one died as a result of injuries suffered in a bus accident, we can pursue a wrongful death claim against the responsible party or parties.
To speak with a member of the Cordisco & Saile LLC team today, call us at 215-642-2335.
Our Team Helps You Recover Fair Compensation for Your Bus Accident Injuries
Our goal is for you to receive fair compensation for your bus accident injuries. You could be eligible for a number of damages, and we fight for all of them. These may include:
- Medical bills
- Lost income
- Reduced earning capacity
- Pain and suffering and inconvenience
- Emotional anguish
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Scarring and disfigurement
The Statute of Limitations on Bus Accident Claims in Pennsylvania
In Pennsylvania, there is a two-year statute of limitations on personal injury lawsuits, including those filed for injuries sustained in a bus accident. If you let this or any other important deadline pass, you could lose your right to recover compensation, no matter how strong your case or how much evidence you have against the responsible party or parties.
The Cordisco & Saile LLC team can take quick legal action if needed to keep you from losing your ability to collect damages. Do not delay—contact us today before it is too late. For a free case evaluation, call 215-642-2335.
Call 215-642-2335 Today to Speak With a Member of the Cordisco & Saile LLC Team
The Doylestown, PA bus accident lawyers at Cordisco & Saile LLC are eager to get started on your case right away. We can hold liable the party responsible for your injuries and help you recover damages. You do not pay us anything until we win money for you. To get started with a free case evaluation, call us at 215-642-2335.