Car - Bus Collision
In Jacksonville and other Florida communities, there is a type of crash that commonly takes place in the form of a car - bus collision. In the aftermath of these car - bus collisions, there can be a number of injury victims in the form of the bus driver, car driver, passengers of the bus, and passengers of the car. Based in Jacksonville, Florida, David Wolf represents injury victims including those in car - bus collisions. David Wolf, through his 30 years of practice, has represented bus drivers, school bus drivers, passengers of buses, drivers, and passengers of motor vehicles. David Wolf believes in Giving a Voice to Injury Victims and Their Families.Each personal injury case should be evaluated on its own facts and merits. . . .
Each car - bus collision should be evaluated on its own facts and merits. The pursuit of a car - bus collision case will depend on a number of factors including who was at fault, the type of personal injuries suffered, the medical treatment obtained, and the available insurance for compensation to the injury victims. A car - bus collision injury victim should seek out a personal injury lawyer for advice, guidance, and legal representation. There are many medical, legal, and insurance questions and challenges in the aftermath of a car - bus collision in the State of Florida.Many buses are equipped with video cameras . . .
Many buses these days including city / county buses, school buses, and charter buses are equipped with video cameras. As such, the video footage from the bus can provide valuable information as to the fault of the car - bus collision and the force involved with such a crash. It should be noted that Florida has adopted a Comparative Fault set of laws regarding automobile accidents and other negligence cases. In other words, fault may be apportioned to two more more persons for an accident or incident. With respect to a car - bus collision, the fault may be apportioned between the bus driver and one or more other drivers involved and the automobile - bus accident or crash.
When a person is injured as as result of the fault of a bus driver, the available insurance or benefits may be limited if the bus was operated by a city, county, or state entity. Florida has limitations of liability or responsibility when a government entity is at fault or negligent and this, in turn, causes personal injuries and damages. An injury victim can seek damages for past and future medical bills. An injur vicitm can also seek damages for past and future pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and mental anguish. The amount of compensation that an injury vcitim can collect will depend on a number of factors including the amount of medical bills, type of medical care provided, the diagnosis, the prognosis of the personal injuries, need for future care and treatment, and the affect that the injuries have on the vicitm's activities of daily living.David Wolf is the author of 12 books that focus on personal injury issues . . .
David Wolf is the author of 12 books including the book titled - When the Wheels Stop Spinning - Legal Rights of the Injured Child - What Parents Need to Know After the Accident and the book titled - Florida Automobile Accidents - Personal Injuries - Keys to Enforcing and Protecting Your Legal Rights. The books are available for free when you fill out the Contact Us form on this website.Contact David Wolf for a Free Consultation . . .
Contact bus accident attorney David Wolf for a Free Consultation to find out about your legal rights for compensation for your personal injuries. If David Wolf accepts the case, it will be handled on a contingency basis - No Recovery - No Fees.