Help For Humboldt College Preview Bus Accident Victims
Were you or your child on the I-5 tour bus to Humboldt State University? Bus Safety Lawyer Jon Ostroffhas created the Orland Bus Crash hotline to help you learn about your legal rights.
On Thursday, April 10, 2014, high school students from Los Angeles County boarded tour buses for a three day tour of Humboldt State University (HSU). The tour bus convoy was headed north on I-5 near Orland, California when a Fed-Ex truck veered across the highway median and slammed into one of the buses. Explosions rocked the vehicle as teen passengers raced to escape. Ten people were killed in the fiery crash; about 40 were injured.
The tragedy has left students, parents, and the public asking why this accident ever happened. Our Bus Safety Lawyers are already investigating the crash. We will get answers.
Our attorneys have to act fast because it is our job to protect the victims. FedEX, Silverado Stages, and HSU already have investigators on the scene. The Bus Safety Lawyers at Ostroff Injury Law want to make sure that someone is looking out for you. We urge accident victims to discuss the accident with attorney before talking to FedEx representative or signing any paperwork. You don’t want to give up any of your rights.
Call the Bus Accident Hotline
If you or your child was a victim of the HSU bus tour accident, we would love to hear your story. Your experience could help us determine the cause of this heartbreaking crash. Call the I-5 bus accident hotline at (888) 653-3636, or fill out our online contact form. An attorney will contact you to review your legal rights and let you know what you can expect. There is no obligation.
Jon Ostroff has helped bus accident victims for decades. He is currently representing 17 victims from the October 2013 I-80 Greyhound crash in Pennsylvania and 9 victims from the September 2013 Cincinnati Greyhound crash. Let us put our experience to work for you.
The Bus Safety Lawyers at Ostroff Injury Law work on a contingency basis. You don’t pay us until we’ve won your case.