Buffalo, NY (October 12, 2018) – A school bus was involved in an accident after a car t-boned the large vehicle on Thursday afternoon, October 12. The driver who crashed into the bus was reported to have fled the scene on foot right after the accident.
Schenectady, NY (October 12, 2018) – An accident occurred on Golf Road that involved a school bus and resulted in an injured student on Thursday afternoon, October 11. The crash was reported to have taken place at or near the intersection of Golf Road and Route 7 at an unspecified time.
Buffalo, NY (October 11, 2018) – A crash that involved a pickup truck and two buses is responsible for the hospitalization of four people on Thursday morning, October 11. According to NFTA officials, the crash occurred at around 9:30 a.m.
Columbia County, NY (October 10, 2018) – The Columbia County Sheriff’s office reported an accident that involved a school bus on Route 32 Tuesday afternoon, October 9. The crash took place at around 4:00 p.m.
New York, NY (October 1, 2018) – The charter bus driver who fatally hit an investment banker last year was found guilty today, October 1. The accident occurred in Manhattan as the victim was riding a Citi bike as part of a bike-share program. The driver was found guilty of failing to yield the right-of-way.
In a new Must Know Info article, New York City personal injury attorney Michael Rose outlines the firm’s strategy for municipal bus accident cases and highlights some recent cases the firm has handled.
When a person is injured in a bus accident, it is important their attorney treats the case as though a trial is inevitable. That way, the amount of evidence gathered and experts consulted will be a great benefit to either securing a settlement before trial or provide a strong head start for when the case makes it to the courts.
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If you have been hurt in a bus accident, the New York City motor vehicle accident attorneys of Hach & Rose, LLP, can help you determine who is liable and how to get the compensation you need. Contact our firm at (212) 779-0057 to learn more.
With over 8.2 million people living in New York City, traffic accidents are a daily occurrence across the city. Last week was no exception. Eleven people were sent to the hospital after a bus, a sports utility vehicle, and limousine crashed into each other.
The for-hire limousine, also known as a livery cab, attempted a U-turn at Broadway and 135th street the morning of Feb. 13 when it struck the SUV in the Harlem section of Manhattan.
According to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the driver of the SUV then lost control of the vehicle and struck a parked bus head on. Witnesses claimed a couple people in front of the bus “went flying.”
Fortunately, the 11 people hurt in the accident were all taken to local hospitals but did not suffer any life-threatening injuries. Of the 11 injured, five were serious injuries and the other six were only minor.
If you or someone you love has been injured in an auto accident caused by another party’s negligence, we want to help. Contact Hach & Rose, LLP, today by calling (212) 779-0057 and learn more about what we can do.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday that a New York City bus driver claimed that he “blacked out” while driving, which caused him to hit another vehicle, injuring three people.
Of the 18 passengers on the bus at the time of the accident, several passengers say that they realized what was happening and tried to help. Guy Praisler, a passenger on the bus, says that he ran to the front of the bus to try to “lean [the bus driver] back and steer a bit.” Other passengers say that they did not realize what was happening; they just noticed that the bus ride became “unstable” and “jerky.”
The bus ran into a parked vehicle on Madison Avenue near 80th street. Two people were taken to the hospital but authorities say that they had non-life-threatening injuries.
If you or someone you love was injured in a bus accident caused by another party, contact the NYC personal injury lawyers of Hach & Rose, LLP, today by calling (212) 779-0057.
The horrific death of a 16 year-old boy from Queens made national headlines this weekend after he was fatally injured when he opened the emergency hatch on the top level of a double-decker bus on Friday.
As the teen opened the hatch and stuck his head out, the party bus carrying 65 teenagers to a Sweet 16 party went under a highway underpass near the George Washington Bridge. Several teenagers on the bus saw the gruesome scene and many were covered in his blood.
Law enforcement says the teenager suffered traumatic head injuries, the New York Post reports. The company who owns the party bus plans on conducting an internal investigation.