Were you injured in the August 17th bus crash in Lebanon, PA? The bus company’s insurers may be contacting you soon.
However, talking to them could mean giving up some of your legal rights. The bus safety lawyers have created a free hotline to inform you of how to protect yourself. Call us at 800-818-8148.
On August 17, 2016, an out-of-control bus crashed into cars, dumpsters, signs and buildings on Church Street in Lebanon, PA. According to authorities, the driver lost control before turning from 9th Street onto Church Street and damaging everything in its wake. Seventeen of the 23 people on board were hospitalized.
The Bus Safety Lawyers at Ostroff Injury Law Investigating Lebanon Bus Crash
Our bus safety lawyers are now investigating the Lebanon, PA crash that sent 17 people to the hospital. Contact our firm for a free legal consultation if you were a passenger on the bus. Speaking with our lawyers can protect your legal rights and provide information that could help stop future crashes from hurting more people.
Calling the free bus accident hotline at 888-653-3636 will connect you with a highly qualified attorney who will listen to your story and review your legal rights. We’ll let you know what to expect from the bus company and whether you are eligible for monetary compensation.
Committed and Experienced Attorneys Protecting Victims’ Rights
Our lawyers are dedicated to holding bus companies and drivers accountable for reckless acts and the injuries they have caused. For decades, Ostroff Injury Law has obtained groundbreaking verdicts and settlements and obtained justice for thousands of victims.
In 2016, Ostroff Law obtained a $5.05 million verdict for four passengers injured when a Greyhound bus slammed into a tractor trailer. The jury found the bus company and driver acted recklessly and awarded the passengers $3.05 million in compensatory damages and $2 million in rarely awarded punitive damages.
These are just two examples of the fierceness with which our attorneys stand up to big bus companies to protect the rights of the injured.