School Bus Carrying 58 Involved In Crash in Milton, MA

A school bus was involved in a crash on Massachusetts Interstate 93 on Tuesday afternoon while carrying 58 passengers.

According to police officials, the bus was traveling near exit 8 on the Southeast Expressway when it was involved in the single-vehicle accident. 54 students and 4 adults were on the bus, including the driver. Authorities said that no one on the bus was injured. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

Buses and other modes of public transportation are utilized by millions of people each year. As a parent, having a child travel on a school bus can be worrisome, especially since children are particularly susceptible to sustaining an injury as seatbelts are typically not required to be worn on school buses.

When children are injured in school bus accidents, a number of questions race through a parent’s mind as to what the next step, aside from getting the obvious necessary treatment for injuries, should be. Cases involving school buses can become extremely complex as often school bus drivers are technically considered third parties to the school because they are usually employed by a private bus company. It is generally in the best interest of a person who is involved in this type of incident to seek the assistance of an experienced personal injury attorney who specializes in school bus accident cases.

At the law offices of Altman & Altman, LLP our team of seasoned Car Accident and Bus Accident Attorneys have nearly 5 decades of experience handling all types of personal injury cases. With a proven track record of success, our attorneys have the necessary resources to help victims access the highest quality medical care to expedite their recovery. In addition we have the knowledge to help victims receive compensation for any medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering resulting from their injury.

If you or a loved one was recently a victim in a school bus accident, do not hesitate to contact one of our attorneys to discuss your options. Upon initial consultation, we will determine whether you qualify for compensation for your injuries. All initial consultations are completely free of charge, and our attorneys are available around the clock to answer any questions you may have about your case.

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