Charles Bryan Alred, PC
While bus accidents are less common than car crashes, they can be devastating. Buses are, obviously, large vehicles with a wider turning radius and a longer braking distance than automobiles. City buses, such as those operated by Tulsa Transit Authority, operate on busy and congested roads. School bus drivers make frequent stops and may be distracted by the children. Commercial buses often cover long distances, making drivers susceptible to fatigue.
As a lawyer, I have been helping victims of bus accidents for over 25 years. My experience will help you when making claims against government owned-and-operated buses, since the governmental Tort Claims Act may apply. I know how to deal with governmental agencies and insurance companies. I will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.
Your Bus Accident Gets My Full Attention
Whether you were injured as a bus passenger or were involved in a collision with a bus, you should not delay in seeking medical help and contacting a skilled attorney. Timely notice to the appropriate party is vitally important in certain circumstances. Many injuries are not immediately apparent, but may turn to chronic pain after months or even longer. Since most buses do not have seat belts, there is a range of injuries that are less often associated with car accidents.
To help ensure maximum compensation, the our law office, will:
- Investigate the scene of the accident
- Preserve important evidence
- Identify and interview witnesses
- Build a solid case on your behalf
Let Me Stand Up For You
If you or a loved one has been injured in a school, city or commercial bus accident, contact me online or call 918-745-9960 for a free consultation to talk about your case and your needs. My phone is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is no attorney fee unless I win your case.
Our office is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, but we serve clients in Broken Arrow, Jenks, Owasso, Collinsville and Sand Springs.