As a California public safety official, you vowed to serve and protect the citizens in your community. This means putting yourself in harm’s way to apprehend criminals, put out fires, and rescue injured accident victims. This makes you one of the unsung heroes in our country. Yet, what happens when you suffer an injury in a bus accident? Who will protect you and your family during this critical time? Who will be there to look out for your interests?
Public safety officials face different obstacles after a bus accident. In the blink of an eye, they may suddenly find that they are unable to return to work in their profession again. As such, they need a law firm on their side that can help them collect the compensation they need after a devastating bus accident.
For over 20 years, the bus accident lawyers at Peacock Law, A.P.C., have represented injured police officers, firefighters, EMTs, first responders, and their families after tragic bus accidents. Bus accidents in San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County and throughout California are complex and require a law firm with the experience and resources needed to tackle these difficult cases.
For a free consultation with an Orange County Police Officer & Firefighter Injury Attorney at Peacock Law, A.P.C., at (949) 660-7762
Did you know that bus accidents occur at an alarming rate in California? This is due in part to the fact that California has many different types of buses on the roads at all times. In fact, some of the country’s worst bus accidents occurred right here in California.
Numerous buses operate in Orange County and Los Angeles, including:
Numerous buses and trolleys operate in San Diego County, including:
Numerous buses and trolleys operate in Riverside County, including:
Numerous buses and trolleys operate in San Bernardino County, including:
These buses can cause horrific accidents and injuries when bus drivers do not use caution. Even when they do drive carefully, the bus company may have acted negligently and failed to properly maintain its fleet. When this occurs, they can face liability for the accident and the injuries involved.
Did you know that common carriers are subject to special laws and regulations that may be different from other types of vehicles? As such, it is important to choose a law firm that understands California’s common carrier laws and their differences.
At Peacock Law, A.P.C., our California bus accident attorneys understand the complexities of filing a third-party lawsuit against a bus company or against the government entity that is responsible for the fleet.
Our California bus accident lawyers begin by meeting with you to discuss your injuries, your work, and your accident. We want to get to know you, so we can determine how best to help you through this ordeal. Our main goal is to protect your rights to compensation, so you can put your life back together again after a serious Orange County bus accident.
While every attempt is made to settle your case out of court, we are passionate litigators and are not afraid to take your case to trial if it is in your best interest. We prepare all our cases as if we are going to trial, so you can rest easy knowing that we are ready to handle whatever the future may bring.
At Peacock Law, A.P.C., we understand the complexities of filing a third-party personal injury lawsuit after suffering an injury in a bus accident. To learn more about your legal options, call our law firm at (949) 660-7762 or fill out our confidential contact form. We offer a free initial consultation, so you can explore the legal options that are available to you. We know that life is uncertain after suffering such devastating injuries and we are here to help. Our law firm is proud to offer legal assistance to California public safety officers, including firefighters, police officers, EMTs, and first responders. Call us today!
The personal injury lawyers at Peacock Law, A.P.C., are proud to serve public safety members and their families in Orange County, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties in California.