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Bus Crash in PA Leaves 19 Injured

Bus crashes can be very serious for both other drivers and bus passengers. On Saturday morning, a college lacrosse team's charter bus crashed in Pennsylvania. The driver and a pregnant coach were both killed and 19 others were injured. This is the third traffic accident involving a sports team since February 27th of this year. If you or a loved one were injured in a bus accident, please call our Georgia bus accident lawyers at The Berry Law Group.

Pennsylvania cause of this bus accident is still being investigated, but if the cause is found to be due to the driver's negligence or because of failure to maintain the bus properly, the injured and deceased's families may want to speak to a bus accident attorney right away. When you are injured in an accident involving a bus or other vehicle in Georgia, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries is the cause was due to the other driver's error. These cases can be complicated, especially when you are dealing with the insurance company and the company that owns the vehicle. Buses and trucks are usually owned by a larger company that has many practices utilized in order to keep from being liable for injuries their drivers cause. Hiring a Georgia bus wreck lawyer is the best way to ensure you get your maximum compensation results.

If you or a family member have been hurt while riding on a bus or in an accident with a bus, call the Georgia personal injury lawyers at The Berry Law Group, LLC. Our bus wreck attorneys are here to help you get the money you need to recover and get back to living your life. Call us now for a free consultation.

Kimberly A. Berry

Kimberly A. Berry, Esq. is a Dean's Scholar Vanderbilt University law school graduate. She has served as lead counsel in over 100 trials and motions. Ms. Berry is dedicated to fighting hard for her clients.

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