What are my legal options if I have been injured in a Greyhound bus accident in the Dallas-Fort Worth area?

There have been a number of major accidents in recent years involving large charter buses, including Greyhound as well as other carriers. Greyhound is a very cost-effective way to travel, but many experts are concerned about whether Greyhound as well as other bus companies cut corners on safety in order to remain profitable.

Although the cheap fares and convenience of Greyhound are big draws for customers, those cheap prices can have dire consequences. Many employees may not be properly trained, and the vehicles may not be correctly maintained. Bus drivers may be forced to work longer shifts, and may not get enough rest between shifts. In some cases, drivers may be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

If you have been injured while riding on a Greyhound bus, or if you were the occupant of another vehicle that was involved in an accident with a Greyhound bus, you may be entitled to compensation. You could recover compensation for your medical expenses, other out-of-pocket expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.

Call the dedicated Dallas-Fort Worth bus accident attorneys at the Barber Law Firm at 972-231-5800 if you have been injured in a bus accident involving a Greyhound or another charter bus. We can help. We provide free consultations, and if we choose to take your case, you pay us nothing unless we obtain compensation for you. Call today to learn more or to schedule a free consultation.

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