If you or a loved ones are the victim of a tragic or life-altering city, school or charter/coach bus accident, our Minnesota Bus Accident Injury Attorneys are here to help.
Due to their size and weight bus accidents can result in severe property damage, injury, or even death.
Common injuries sustained in bus accidents include:
- Brain and spinal cord injuries
- Neck, back, orthopedic and neurological injuries
- Broken bones
- Cuts, bruises or crushing injuries
As an injured accident victim, you may face lost wages, unmanageable medical bills, repair bills, or other out of pocket expenses, and this does not even include complex insurance claims—usually involving two or more insurance companies. You know that the insurance companies have experienced attorneys looking out for their best interests; we believe that you should have the very best attorneys looking out for yours as well.
Our knowledgeable personal injury attorneys are experienced in these claims and will insure that claim investigation is completed properly, the insurance benefits are coordinated smoothly, and that you, as the accident victim, are fully and fairly compensated for your injuries.
Bus accident victims can recover damages for:
- Bus company or driver negligence
- Lost wages, future earnings and earning capacity
- Pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life,
- Wrongful death
- Disfigurement and scarring
- Emotional distress
- Past, present and future medical bills
We recommend that you don’t speak with insurance adjusters without first contacting our attorneys for a free no-strings consultation. Experience has shown that bus accident cases are stronger when an attorney is involved early, contact one now.
Talk about the circumstances of your accident with a Minnesota attorney at Osterbauer Law Firm for a thorough review of your claim.
Contact us to discuss your claim and schedule your free initial consultation. In most cases fees are charged as a percentage of any settlement or judgment awarded our clients. If we fail to win your case, you will not be obligated to pay any legal fees.