Learn more about your options for compensation by calling (213) 389-3765.Futher Information: Tour Bus Accidents
Our law firm is currently investigating the possible filing of class action and or single party claims on behalf of passengers who suffered injuries in two casino tour bus accidents that took place on the 405 in the Los Angeles metropolitan region on Thursday 12/19/2013. Legal Consultation: All legal consultations regarding a personal injury lawsuit are provided free of charge. To contact us call our Los Angeles region law office toll free (855)385-2529. Facts of the Tour Bus Accidents: According to news reports dozens of passengers suffered moderate to severe injuries in the two tour bus accidents. The first crash took place on the 405 north between Magnolia and Ontario Avenue in the city of Corona California. The second accident took place in the southbound of State Route 76. Possible Liable Parties: There can be numerous individual corporate and public entities which can be held at fault in the two recent tour bus accidents. The facts of the case and evidentiary testimony from witnesses will play a significant role in determining fault. More multiple parties can be held at fault with liability based on the percentage of fault given. Possible liable parties include.. – The operator of the bus company – The bus driver – The tour bus operator – The manufacturers of the bus – Auto and transportation parts manufacturers – Secondary maintenance operators of the vehicles – Secondary parties or entities who organized the tour California Common Carrier Laws: In the state of California public and private transportation entities owe their passengers a heightened level of care. This duty carries with it the responsibility of driving the in a fashion designed for provide the utmost level of security and protection from harm. More on Common Carrier Laws Here Statute of Limitations for Filing a Casino Tour Bus Accident Claims: Claims against Private bus companies including those operated by Casinos and their tour bus line affiliates must be filed within two years from the date of the accident.