National Bus Accident Lawyers at Fitts Zehl: Call 1-800-993-4887
Why Clients Across the Country Hire the Bus Accident Lawyers at Fitts Zehl
- We Take Cases to Trial and Win: our bus accident lawyers have recovered over $550 Million in total settlements and verdicts and have never lost a jury trial.
- Largest Verdict against Greyhound and in Texas: Our Bus Accident Lawyers Recovered the #1 Largest Verdict ever Awarded Against Greyhound Bus Company, #1 Largest Accident Verdict in Texas, and #1 Largest Verdict in Dallas County
- Over $75,000,000 since 2012 alone: our bus accident lawyers have recovered over $75 million in verdicts and settlements since 2012 alone, including the #1 Accident Verdict in the State of Texas.
- You Don’t Pay us Until we Win: We take cases on a contingency basis, meaning that you don’t pay us anything until we win your case.
We Recovered the #1 Largest Accident Verdict in Texas and the Largest Verdict Ever Awarded against Greyhound Bus Company
Ryan Zehl and Kevin Haynes recovered over $18.7 Million in a 3 week trial against Greyhound, the largest bus company in the country, after the jury found the bus driver negligent in causing an accident that injured our client and another passenger. To read more about the verdict, Click Here.
This verdict was the #1 Largest Accident Verdict in Texas as well as the #1 Largest Verdict Awarded against Greyhound in the Company's History.
Bus Accidents Injure Many Americans Each Year
Thousands of Americans are hurt or killed each year in bus accidents. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, in 2009 alone, over 20,000 people were injured and another 254 were killed nationwide in accidents involving buses. Because of their immense size and weight, buses can be particularly dangerous when involved in accidents with smaller passenger vehicles.
If You or a Loved One Were Injured in a Bus Accident, Contact the Bus Accident Lawyers at Fitts Zehl at 1-800-569-2776 or email us by using the form to your right.
Typical Causes of Bus Accidents
Determining the cause of a bus accident is the first step in establishing liability against the company. In many cases, both the driver and the company that employs him or her will be at fault, making both of them responsible for your injuries and damages.
While a vast number of factors and conditions can cause or contribute to a bus accident, the most common causes include:
- Driver Fatigue;
- Driver Inattention;
- Driver Error;
- Aggressive Driving;
- Poor Bus Maintenance (bald tires, worn brakes, etc.); and
- Mechanical Failure
To learn more about these typical causes of bus accidents, click here.
Common Bus Accident Injuries
Bus accidents can result in a range of injuries, from relatively minor bumps, bruises and scrapes to more serious injuries including broken bones, internal injuries and even death. When larger, heavier trucks collide with smaller, lighter passenger cars, the results for the passengers of the smaller vehicle can be tragic. People involved in bus crashes or rollovers should seek immediate medical attention to ensure that no life-threatening injuries have been sustained.
Major U.S. Bus Companies
With millions of miles of highway stretching from coast to coast, the United States is home to a large number of major bus companies.
- Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach
- Coach USA
- Concord Coach Lines
- Peter Pan Bus Line
- Rimrock Trailways
To learn more about these major American bus companies, click here.
Contact the Experienced Bus Accident Lawyers at Fitts Zehl for a Free Consultation at 1-800-993-4887
Unlike many other law firms, the Bus Accident Lawyers at Fitts Zehl prepare every case for trial, refuse to accept inadequate settlement offers, and have the resources and experience to ensure that our clients are fully compensated for their injuries.
If you or a loved one were involved in a bus accident, contact our National Bus Accident Lawyers for a Free Consultation by Calling 1-800-993-4887 or emailing us using the "contact us" form on the right side of this webpage.
Our lawyers are available for consultations at any time, and, if you’d prefer to meet in person, are available to travel to you, at no cost, to answer questions you may have.