Seattle Double Decker Bus Accident Lawyers
The legal team at Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. has been representing the victims of commercial bus accidents for years and we understand the pain, frustration, and loss these kinds of accidents can incur on entire families. That’s why we will not settle for anything less than the full compensation our clients need and deserve.
If you or someone you love has been involved in a double-decker bus accident, do not speak with a company representative, private investigator, or insurance adjuster - contact Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. as soon as you can to protect your best interests. Our Washington bus accident attorneys will fight wholeheartedly to hold the negligent bus company or responsible agency accountable for the damages you have suffered. But you must take the first step.
For a free and comprehensive consultation, please dial (888) 228-3860 or send us your information via the contact us form and we will get back to you shortly.
Commercial buses of any kind are uniquely designed vehicles that take a certain level of experience and training to operate. Double-decker buses are no different. Whether the bus is an open-topped sightseeing bus or double-tall commuter, double-deckers present a number of dangers that the bus operator and company must take precautions against. The most common types of accidents that can occur with double-deckers include:
- Tipping over accidents
- Roof crush from hitting overpasses
- Pedestrian accidents
- Bicycle crash
- Single-vehicle collision
- Failure to yield
- Distracted driving
Navigating narrow city streets or crowded highways without considerable care for the weight and height of a bus with two stories can have devastating consequences. However, in the aftermath of a collision, you do not have to bear responsibility for creating your own claim against the negligent party. Contact a skilled Seattle double decker bus accident attorney to handle the investigation, paperwork, and negotiations on your behalf.
In many cases, accidents involving a bus with two stories can be narrowed down to bus driver error; however, the bus company, dispatcher, and shift manager may also have a hand in the resulting collision. Whether the responsibility lies with a careless individual operating the bus, improper training, or negligent vehicle maintenance, it is highly recommended that you speak with a lawyer immediately following your accident to ensure that the opposing party does not take advantage of your injured or grieving state.
With the compassionate guidance and dedicated representation of a Seattle accident lawyer at Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S., you can be confident that your personal injury claim is in trusted hands. You should not have to pay for the damage another party has caused you or your family. Let us work on your behalf to get you the coverage your need for medical costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.
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