Don’t Settle for Less After a St. Louis Bus Accident
Get Help From A Missouri Bus Crash Lawyer
You’ve been involved in a bus collision. You or a loved one were injured in the wreck and now you’re struggling to keep up with mounting hospital bills. The insurance company representing the bus company is being difficult, as is your own insurance company. At this point you probably have a million questions, each one as important as the next:
- How am I going to pay for my medical expenses?
- How will I ever recover from this?
- What legal options do I have?
For answers to these questions and more, give the St. Louis bus accident attorneys at Page Law a call. With years of experience taking on negligent bus drivers, owners and carriers, Page Law is uniquely suited to help you obtain the result you deserve. We know their tactics, we’ve seen their worst and we’re more than prepared to handle them, both in and out of the courtroom. To set up a free case evaluation, submit your information using the “Request for Consultation” form found on the side of this page.
Bus Accident Case Results
- $2 million settlement for bus crash victim
This case was settled a few months before trial. Plaintiff was injured when his car was rear-ended by a charter bus on highway 270 in St. Louis, MO.
- $1 million for victim injured in a bus accident
Naturally you may be concerned about costs – “I can’t afford an attorney with all of these doctor bills!”
At Page Law we certainly appreciate and understand this concern. After all, your health and wellbeing come first. But unlike your doctor or specialist, Page Law does not charge up front or even as you go. We work on a contingency basis. This means we don’t collect until we recover for you. No hidden fees. No court costs. Not a single dime until we recover for you. Our aim is to keep you on the road to a speedy recovery, while we take the fight to those responsible.
For more information, speak with one of our St. Louis auto accident attorneys, at (314) 322-8515.
What Kind of Compensation Can I Expect?
While a personal injury claim can’t undo the damage done by a negligent bus driver, it can help you overcome some of the financial hurdles associated with bus accidents. Some of the more common economic and non-economic damages claimed in bus accidents include:
- Emergency medical care
- Past and future doctor visits and hospital bills
- Medical equipment and prescriptions
- Physical therapy
- Mental and emotional anguish
- Past and future pain and suffering
- Loss of wages or employment
What Are Missouri Bus Laws?
Bus companies and bus drivers are required to operate pursuant to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR). These regulations are a specific set of laws that govern every aspect of the bus industry. It’s important to contact a bus accident lawyer that is well versed on these regulations after an accident.
When Should I Call a St. Louis Bus Accident Lawyers?
Because of the size and scope of most bus accidents, there will be multiple parties involved. Everyone involved will likely be armed with their own legal team to protect their interests. Before speaking with anyone, contact a St. Louis bus accident attorney at Page Law to discuss your rights. Bus companies and their insurance companies will waste no time after an accident. Investigations begin immediately following a crash. Instead of losing out, call (314) 322-8515 and let Page Law protect you.
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