Experienced Advocates for Bus Accident Claims
Many people in New Jersey, adults and children alike, rely on buses for transportation. Many buses do not have seatbelts or other forms of protection for passengers, so when a bus is involved in an accident, the results can be devastating.
At Lieberman, Ryan & Forrest, L.L.C., we have detailed knowledge of the special laws that apply to buses and other forms of mass transit. These are called “common carrier” laws, and they can affect every part of a bus accident claim, from insurance issues to the statute of limitations. If you or someone you love was injured in a bus accident in central New Jersey, reach out to us for accurate advice and strong legal representation.
We Have a Strong Track Record of Taking Decisive Action for New Jersey Bus Accident Victims
Since 1983, our bus accident attorneys have represented injured victims in Somerville and throughout southern New Jersey in cases against all parties responsible for these crashes. We have successfully taken on municipalities, private transit companies and insurance companies. Some examples of the claims we handle include:
- School bus accidents
- Tour bus accidents
- NJ Transit accidents
- Greyhound bus accidents
- City bus and municipal bus accidents
It is important to seek legal advice quickly following a bus accident. The insurance issues involved are different than those involved in a typical car accident. If the bus was publicly operated, the time for filing a lawsuit against the municipality may be very limited. Reach out to our law firm to start making sense of the situation.
Talk to a New Jersey Transit Accident Attorney
To schedule a free, no-obligation initial consultation, call us at 908-608-8504 (Somerville office) or 908-643-7134 (Flemington office). You can also contact our personal injury law firm online. Evening and weekend appointments are available, and we don’t charge a fee unless you recover for your injuries.
We take all New Jersey bus accident cases on a contingent basis — No recovery, No Fee.