Help For Route 220 Bus Accident Victims
Our Bus Safety Lawyers at Ostroff Injury Law are ready to help. We’re established to assist passengers who were injured in the Route 220 tour bus accident in Bedford County, Pennsylvania.
On February 9, 2014, 33 passengers boarded an Altoona tour bus. The group was headed to Rocky Gap casino in Western Maryland. But, instead of a fun-filled adventure, the trip turned into a nightmare. The driver was traveling too fast for the snow-covered roads. He lost control of the bus and crashed into an embankment. Twenty-six passengers were injured. It took 25 EMS units to respond to the emergency
The Bus Safety Lawyers at Ostroff Injury Law are already investigating the accident. We know that the state police found that driver Terrance Harold Shultz was traveling “at a speed that was greater than is reasonable and prudent for the condition.“
We have to act fast because we want to protect your rights. Freedom excursions already has lawyers on the scene. The tour bus company knows that they are responsible for injuries caused by their driver’s recklessness. They are there to do damage control. In fact, the bus company’s representatives may have already talked to you.
Jon Ostroff wants to make sure that you get the same protection. We urge you to talk to an attorney before signing any paperwork. You don’t want to give up your right to a full recovery.
If you or your family member was injured on the Freedom Excursion bus, we’d love to talk to you. Your experience may help us understand the circumstances behind this tragic accident. Call our toll free hotline at (888) 653-3636. We’ll listen to your story and tell you what your claim is really worth. There is no obligation. You can also fill out our online contact form.
Jon has helped bus accident victims for decades, including 17 victims from the I-80 Greyhound crash in Pennsylvania in October 2013 and 9 victims from the Cincinnati Greyhound crash in September. Let us put our experience to work for you.
The Bus Safety Lawyers at Ostroff Injury Law handle all cases on a contingency basis. This means that you don’t pay us until we’ve recovered money for you.
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