A collision with a public or private bus can lead to injuries, property damage, and a plethora of financial expenses and losses. In a bus accident case, negligence can be the responsibility of the bus driver, their employer, or the company that manufactured the bus or its parts. Our Tryon bus accident lawyer will help you identify the at-fault party and pursue financial compensation.
We make sure your recoverable damages are accurately documented and calculated, so your case is not undervalued or underpaid. Our legal team will also negotiate with the appropriate insurance company for the best possible outcome for you. At Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, our goal is to build a solid case for you so you can focus on your physical recovery.
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How Our Lawyers Will Handle Your Bus Accident Case
According to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) statistics, buses typically account for 12% of motor vehicle accidents annually. Therefore, when we handle your case, we start by identifying the type of bus that collided with your vehicle.
Bus types include:
- School buses
- City transit buses
- Party buses
- Private coach buses
Once we identify the bus, we turn to their insurance company with your request for financial compensation. In representing you, we will:
Handle all letters, emails, and phone calls on your behalf. We also handle evidence collection, form submissions, and the negotiation process. In addition, our team will assign a financial value to your injuries and fight for the best possible outcome for your case.
When we say we stop at nothing in our fight to recover damages for you, we mean it. While you focus on your physical recovery, we fight for the compensation you need and deserve to restore your health, repair or replace your damaged vehicle, and start putting your life back together.
Your Crash Report Is an Important Part of Your Evidence File
The accident report that the police file can provide us with a wealth of information. We use it to find out the type of bus involved, the bus company’s name, and their insurance provider.
It will also give our us:
- Relevant contact information and details
- Witness statements and observations
- The accident’s causes and contributing factors
It will also tell us the date, time, and location of the accident, provide us with notes and diagrams from the investigating officer and note additional vital details. We obtain the report for you and do not tax you and your family with evidence collection.
For a legal consultation with a bus accidents lawyer serving Tryon, call 828.286.3866
Compensation the Evidence of Liability Will Entitle You to Receive
At Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, our bus accident attorney representing injured accident victims in Tryon will carefully assess your damages. We will also collect the bills, receipts, and other documents that prove their financial value.
Our legal team will collect evidence that proves your right to recover:
- Past and future medical care
- Past and future income loss
- Ongoing pain and suffering
- Mental and emotional distress
- Property damage or total loss
- Diminished property value
- Loss of enjoyment of life
If a family member was fatally injured in the accident, we also help you recover the costs of their funeral and burial arrangements. In addition, you could receive compensation for your family’s loss of their household and financial contributions.
We will ensure your case gets an accurate valuation and no valid expenses or losses are overlooked or omitted. You are entitled to financial recovery, and we work hard to obtain it for you.
Your Time is Limited to File a Bus Accident Lawsuit in North Carolina
North Carolina limits the time you have to settle your case or file a lawsuit against the at-fault party. In Tryon, you generally have up to three years to file a personal injury lawsuit, according to G.S. § 1-52. This is the statute we rely on if you or someone you love was injured in the accident. In personal injury cases, the statutory clock starts running on the date the accident occurred.
Similarly, the state gives you up to two years to file a wrongful death lawsuit, according to G.S. § 1-53. This is the statute we rely on if someone you love was fatally injured in the accident. In wrongful death cases, the statutory clock starts running on the date of your loved one’s demise.
If the bus you were injured by is city-owned, operated or leased, we also respect the required notification deadline. We will ensure your lawsuit is filed on time and that your right to recover damages is never at risk.
See Why Personal Injury Clients Recommend Our Client-Focused Law Firm
Previous clients often leave reviews for our law firm. When they talk about their experience with our team, they say the following:
- Mary Edwards: Excellent law firm. Keeps you informed about your case, and they really care about their clients. I felt confident that I chose the right law firm to represent my case.
- Keith Calhoun: The staff at Farmer & Morris patiently answered all of my questions and returned my calls. They were professional, helpful, and effective in a time of stress.
- C P: Awesome people! Very kind, and caring. Mrs. Farmer goes above and beyond! I recommend this firm to everyone needing legal advice, or assistance!!
We are passionate about helping injured clients recover from negligence-based accidents. Read more reviews and see why you can trust our law firm to fight for you by browsing our client testimonials page.
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Contact a Bus Accident Attorney Serving Tryon for a Free Case Review
If you or someone you love was injured in a collision with a bus in Tryon, our bus accident attorney will help you build a strong case for financial compensation. We will pursue the at-fault driver and their insurer for recovery of your medical bills and all other expenses related to the accident and your injuries.
Contact Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, for your free case review today.