BUS ACCIDENT INJURY ATTORNEYS
NY Bus Accident Injury Lawyers
Bus accidents, though relatively rare, are among the most terrifying of motor vehicle accidents. Cammarasana & Bilello’s team of New York bus accident lawyers represents clients who have been injured in bus accidents of all types, including charter bus accidents, school bus accidents, and passenger bus accidents. If you’ve been injured in a bus accident in New York, or a loved one has suffered injury or death, you may be eligible for compensation.
Liability in a NY Bus Accident Injury
Victims and their loved ones may be eligible for compensation and suffering, permanent disability, brain damage, scars, medical expenses, mental anguish, lost wages, and other losses. Victims of bus accidents face an uphill challenge as they heal, cope with their families, and get back to work. What they don’t need is the added burden of figuring out their legal rights in the aftermath of the accident. During this time, a bus accident attorney can help.
Multi-million dollar accident settlements are awarded each year to bus accident victims who suffered serious harm or injury, and to the families of bus accident victims who died as the result of their injuries.
Qualified New York Bus Accident Attorneys
We know how difficult it is to move forward after a serious injury sustained in an auto accident, and we are passionate about helping drivers and pedestrians in the aftermath of such a traumatic experience.
Cammarasana & Bilello’s dedicated lawyers have significant experience in successfully handling bus accident lawsuits on behalf of victims. We are very experienced in New York’s No-Fault Law as well as Under-insurance and Uninsured Motorist Coverage issues.
File a Bus Accident Lawsuit in New York
If you or a loved one has been hurt in a bus accident in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island or Long Island, the attorneys at Cammarasana & Bilello offer a free, no obligation consultation to determine if you are eligible for monetary damages. Let’s get started on your case today.