Catastrophic Personal Injury Firm McCleskey Law Firm Lubbock, Texas

Bus Accidents

State and federal laws require bus operators to provide safe transportation to the millions of Americans who rely on buses every day. Unfortunately, because of driver negligence, improper maintenance, poor driver training, or other factors, many bus passengers, pedestrians or drivers of other vehicles are tragically injured or killed in bus accidents every year.

Those who have been seriously injured in a bus accident, or the families of those who have been killed in a bus accident, require the services of an experienced attorney who can help them recover compensation for their losses. The attorneys at McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf have the expertise to help those victims recover damages for medical costs, pain and suffering, funeral expenses and other expenditures associated with a bus accident.

Whether the bus was a school, charter or public bus, our bus accident attorneys can build a case against the responsible parties. Our lawyers have decades of experience trying cases in state and federal courts, as well as in mediation and arbitration.

We are bus accident attorneys with a reputation for integrity, a commitment to excellence, and deep roots in our community, going back for generations. Our goal is to help our clients succeed and prosper, long after their legal issues are resolved. By providing a full array of exceptional legal services to the businesses and individuals who make our community strong, we’re helping to ensure that West Texas and New Mexico remain a great place to call home.

Contact us to learn more about our representation of those with who have been seriously injured or killed in a bus accident.

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