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Obtaining Compensation For Bus Accidents

Many Michigan commuters depend on buses and local transit systems every day. Unfortunately, buses are involved in roughly 60,000 accidents around the country each year, putting many people at risk in just one of those accidents.

If you or a loved one suffered an injury in a bus accident, you deserve compensation. The attorneys at Lipton Law have over a century of combined legal experience, so they can help you obtain the financial resources you need. We are dedicated to providing passionate support while we strive to receive a favorable outcome.  

Bus Accident Claims Can Be Complex

Although bus accidents usually result in injuries similar to other motor vehicle accidents, the claims process can be different. Many factors involved in bus accidents can affect your claim including which party was responsible and the cause of the accident. These types of accidents are often caused by: 

  • Intoxicated or drugged drivers
  • Poor training 
  • Fatigued drivers
  • Buses operating over capacity 
  • Passenger disputes
  • Improper equipment maintenance

When you or a loved one is injured in a bus accident, the last thing you want to do is deal with complicated details of a personal injury claim. That is where Lipton Law can help you. We will work with you to take care of your claim, so you can focus on a smooth recovery. Our attorneys represent both passengers and pedestrians injured in bus accidents, offering unyielding support when you need it most.

We Provide The Edge You Need

Recovering from an injury after a bus accident can keep you out of work while you seek medical treatment. You deserve compensation to pay your medical expenses and cover any lost wages, so you can continue to support your family. You do not have to go through this alone. Lipton Law will be by your side.

To learn more about obtaining compensation, contact us by email or call our office in Southfield at 248-557-1688. Our lawyers are always prepared to discuss your concerns and come up with a plan to help you start anew.