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If you have been injured in a bus accident – whether a charter bus, metro bus or school bus – you need to find a bus accident lawyer experienced in bus accident cases. The attorneys at Goldblatt + Singer have over 65 years of experience and have recovered over $400 million for our past clients. We are dedicated to helping those who have been unfairly injured. We know that this is a difficult time for you and your loved ones and will do everything that we can to help you through it. Schedule a free consultation with us today.
Deadly Greyhound and other charter bus crashes make headline news. Like school bus drivers, charter bus drivers must be highly trained in order to drive more than 50 passengers at a time on cross-country excursions.
If you were hurt in a charter bus crash, you need an experienced bus crash attorney on your side as soon as possible. The largest bus companies have risk management personnel on hand to immediately investigate bus crashes. Representatives of bus companies even show up at accident scenes to make lowball settlement offers to passengers.
If you’re going up against a large charter bus company, you need an experienced St. Louis bus crash lawyer on your side.
We have handled hundreds of bus crash cases against Bi-State/Metro and other public bus companies. We’ve litigated cases involving Metro bus crashes and injuries involving Metrolink.
Since Metro is a quasi-governmental agency, liability can be complicated. Let our experienced bus wreck attorneys guide you through your battle with Metro.
We are ready and available for a no-risk, no obligation free lawyer consultation. We’ve been representing injury cases like these since 1949, so you can feel confident discussing your case and you will never face any fees unless we collect a settlement.
The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can investigate the accident, evaluate the case and help you get back compensation for your losses.
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