Every year thousands of Americans are killed or injured in Bus accidents. Because of their immense size bus collisions are severe, especially when pedestrians and smaller vehicles are involved.
We handle all types of Bus Accident Cases including:
- School Bus Accidents
- Casino Bus Accidents
- Public Transportation Accidents
Our lawyers will determine who is at fault in the accident and whether you have a case against the bus company, driver or a third party for injuries sustained by you.
If you or a loved one were involved in a bus accident, contact our experienced team of lawyers today to find out if you have a case. The Law Offices of Joel J. Kofsky represent those who have been injured in bus accidents throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania including the following counties: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and of course Philadelphia. We have handled hundreds of bus accidents and have over twenty years of experience. Let this experience work for you. The Law Offices of Joel J. Kofsky represent those who have been injured in bus accidents throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania including the following counties: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and of course Philadelphia. We have handled hundreds of bus accidents and have over twenty years of experience. Let this experience work for you.
An accident caused by an illegal turn ended in tragedy when a 46 year old woman’s vehicle crashed into a schoolbus at approximately 4pm in Northeast Philadelphia Police report that the woman allegedly made an illegal turn on Roosevelt Boulevard and Plaza Drive which promoted the collision. She was then transported to Aria Health, Torresdale Campus where she died at 4.50 pm. There was no other casualties as the bus was unoccupied by any passengers at the time of the accident. She was transported to Aria Health Torresdale Campus, where she was pronounced dead at 4:50 p.m while police investigated the scene and closed lanes of Roosevelt Boulevard.Read more
BEAR, Delaware. A truck driver has been cited for causing a bus accident by failing to stop for a Red Light in the University of Delaware bus crash that occurred at approximately 10.00pm on Thursday Night in Bear, Delaware that injured 40 people according to local police A bus was turning left from Summit Bridge Road onto Howell School Road when it was struck by a tractor trailer that was traveling north. The collision caused the bus to overturn onto its side. The bus was carrying a group of approximately 40 students between the ages of 18 and 22 who attended the University of Delaware. Nine of whom were taken away by EMS to Christiana Hospital. Two of the victims were admitted with non-life threatening injuries. The remaining passengers were swiftly taken to local medical centers where they were treated for minor injuries and shock. The Driver of the Bus, 56-year-old John Faverio of Wilmington, and driver of the Tractor-Trailer Roberto Figueroa-Gomez (26) were not injured in the crash. Gomez has been issued a summons for failing to stop at the red light causing the collision. University of Delaware authorities as well as Delaware State Police continue to investigate the incident.Read more