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Kings County, Brooklyn New York has one of the largest fleets of buses on the planet. Millions of people commute on a daily basis and use buses as their number one form of transportation since they are cheaper than maintaining, insuring and parking one’s own car in Brooklyn. Nonetheless, Brooklyn bus accidents are not uncommon and if you are injured as a passenger on a bus, a pedestrian struck by a bus or an automobile struck by a bus you should get legal help.
If you have been the victim of a bus accident, contact Brooklyn bus accident lawyer, Michael J. Redenburg. Attorney Michael J. Redenburg has represented many Brooklyn bus accident victims during his career and knows the process to fight for your rights. Not only will we walk with you to help you through the legal process, but we will also ensure that you are represented properly for maximum compensation.
Being involved in a Brooklyn bus accident can be a catastrophic event in a person’s life. It can be financially crippling, incapacitate you physically, and in the worst-case scenario, you could lose a loved one. At a time like this two things are necessary: first and foremost, the right medical care and second, the right legal representation.
Brooklyn school buses are responsible for transporting our most valuable: our children. When school bus accidents happen, precious cargo (our children) can be thrown around the bus, sustaining serious injuries with numerous children being hurt at the same time.
Brooklyn tour bus accidents can also happen in the City. Brooklyn tour companies have to ensure that the best drivers are retained to guarantee the safety of the passengers, especially for the double-decker buses. In uncommon cases, people riding the tour bus in the top of the bus can fall out and suffer significant injuries or even death.
The loss of life, injury, disability, and poor psychological well-being are just some examples of the tragedy that befalls a person after an accident. Dealing with the pain involved following a Brooklyn Bus Accident can be overwhelming, but the law can be unforgiving with respect to timely notifying certain parties of your intention to bring a claim. Fir example, if we are dealing with a NYC Transit bus or an MTA bus, there is a requirement that a Notice of Claim be filed within ninety (90) days after the accident. Failure to meet this deadline will almost certainly bar your claim against a New York City of New York City Transit bus company.