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COLORADO BUS ACCIDENT LAWYERS

When do you need a Bus Accident Attorney?

Bus accidents occur every now and then and usually involve many individuals, which is why filing a claim for them can be very complex. In most cases, it is required to talk to different groups and agencies when filing to ensure that all parties are properly heard and considered before a decision is made. You will need the aid of a Colorado bus accident lawyer to support your case. Consider all the factors and features and study the concerns carefully so you increase your chances of getting proper compensation for your losses.

About Bus Accidents

Every day, about 450,000 school busses take 23.5 million students to school in the elementary and secondary level. In most cases, students don’t have a seatbelt restraint system. Several mild and severe incidents occur each year, with 12,000 students getting injured annually due to school bus accidents. Most of the personal injuries are only minor, but around 11 die every year. On a wider scale, there are 360 million people who ride the bus every year, with a combined passenger mileage of 28 billion. Motorcoach passengers constitute about 945 million miles. All over the United States, about 30,000 commercial buses take clients to different areas. Bus accident lawyers usually categorize the incidents between private and public buses.

What Clients Should Expect

A bus accident lawyer will make sure that clients get the compensation needed to settle all medical and hospitalization bills, therapy, rehabilitation and medications from the time they first were injured. The compensation should be given completely and immediately so as not to affect the financial stability of the person. The attorney will make sure that the filing is done in the fastest manner possible, since some laws might terminate or impede the case if several months or years pass since the incident. A bus accident lawyer will want to get all the information and details regarding the occurrence. He will get information regarding the extent and location of the injuries sustained, as well as the current status of the victim.

Finding the Lawyer

Search a number of websites that specialize in bus accidents in your area. You have to choose the right attorney who can legitimately practice in your location and has all the knowledge and skills that will eventually win your case. Try talking to the attorney and find out how much he knows about bus accidents and in what angle he intends to file your claim. He should provide you with guidelines as well on how to successfully get compensation for your personal injuries. Aim for an attorney that has been practicing for a number of years.

You can ask for certification and referrals from clients he or she has handled in the past with similarities or related issues to your own case. Compare 3 to 5 professionals and know about their relative fees before you decide. It is also recommended to talk to some of his or her previous clients to determine the scope of compensation and what you should expect from the proceedings.


Were you injured in an accident in Colorado? Do you want justice for those responsible? The Law Offices of Robert Koenig have over 20 years of experience fighting for our clients so they get the maximum settlement. With Millions of dollars collected, we know what it takes to put the insurance company on the run. Let our Colorado Injury Attorneys concentrate on your case, so that you can focus on your own recovery. We proudly serve throughout the state of Colorado including: Boulder, Arvada, Aurora, Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, Lakewood, Thornton, Pueblo, and Westminster. Call now for free information about your case!


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*The result for each was dependent on the facts of that case and the results will differ if based on different facts, this does not constitute a guaranty, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of your case.

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