7 Mistakes That Ruin Personal Injury Cases - Norden Leacox

7 Mistakes That Ruin Personal Injury Cases

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The Parties Involved in a Bus Accident Claim

 There are four general parties involved in a bus accident claim: the plaintiff, the liable party, the liable party’s insurance company, and Orlando bus accident lawyers.

You would be the liable party in the bus accident claim if you were hurt by someone else’s carelessness or negligence in a bus accident. You are entitled to compensation for your damages as the plaintiff. You were going to be seeking justice for your damages.

The liable party is the person or entity that is responsible for your injuries and damages. It could be the bus driver who is liable. It could be the bus company who is liable. Through investigation, we will figure out who the liable party is and hold them accountable for the damages that they caused you.

The liable party is going to be represented by their insurance company. The insurance company is going to try to save themselves money by reducing what they owe you or throwing out your case altogether. Regardless, they are going to be held accountable for the damages and injuries that their insured has caused you.

One of our Orlando bus accident lawyers can represent you. They will help you seek justice for your injuries and damages. They are going to be looking at the insurance company and holding them accountable so that you get the justice that you deserve.

How Orlando Bus Accident Lawyers Can Help You

Bus accidents can involve both State and Federal Law and regulations depending on the bus company, where it travels, and where it is based out of.  It is important to hire a lawyer that is familiar with these laws and regulations.

The lawyers at Norden Leacox have over 30 years of experience handling personal injury cases and accidents involving buses.  They will provide you with a free consultation advising you of your legal rights, what courses of action they recommend, and a strategy to try and get your case resolved.  If the case cannot be resolved out of Court, the experienced lawyers of Norden Leacox will file a lawsuit on your behalf, and aggressively represent you in court.  Although most cases settle prior to trial, if the case requires a jury trial, they will present your case to the jury using the many years of experience they have defending insurance companies and large corporations, in addition to representing injured people.

Our Orlando Bus Accident Lawyers: Why Choose Norden Leacox

  • We spent many years representing insurance companies, large companies and corporations. We use that experience and inside knowledge of the Defense to benefit you.
  • We have over 30 years’ experience handling personal injury and bus cases.
  • Bus cases involve specific State and Federal laws, rules and regulations which we have extensive knowledge about. Knowing these and ensuring the bus companies complied with them can be the difference in winning or losing a case.
  • We have secured millions of dollars for clients who have been involved and injured in bus crashes.
  • Our attorneys have the experience in trial and are not afraid to face large companies, corporations, or even State agencies on behalf of our clients.
  • We provide a free consultation.
  • Many people don’t hire attorneys because they assume the fees and costs are too high. However, we charge no upfront fees or costs and we only get paid if we recover for you.

Areas Orlando Bus Accident Lawyers Typically Investigate

Bus crashes typically result in serious and catastrophic injuries. Determining the true cause of a specific crash and holding all responsible parties accountable is often the key to full compensation for our clients. That’s why the lawyers of Norden Leacox extensively investigate the true cause of a bus crash.

Areas we investigate which often result in bus crashes include:

  • Intoxicated driving
  • Distracted driving (cell phone use)
  • Improperly or poorly maintained equipment and tires
  • Failing to properly inspect the bus prior to use
  • Aggressive driving
  • Lack of education and training for bus driver
  • Unsafe hiring practices leading to the hiring of an unfit bus driver
  • Failing to properly supervise a bus driver
  • Reckless driving
  • Was the driver fatigued at the time due to being overworked by the company
  • Did the company comply with the applicable State and Federal laws, rules and regulations.

Call Our Orlando Bus Accident Lawyers Today

Contact Norden Leacox today to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation with one of our experienced Orlando bus accident lawyers. We will answer any questions you have with no obligation to hire our firm. We can explain and help you understand the available compensation to you under the law and what to expect with the legal process.