City buses are large vehicles that offer limited protection for passengers—and pose a serious danger to smaller vehicles on the road. If a bus driver fails to exercise the proper duty of care or a bus company doesn’t maintain their vehicles properly, it can result in serious accidents and damages. At Imbriale Injury Law, we hold negligent drivers, manufacturers, and companies accountable for their actions.
If you were injured in a bus collision involving Cherokee Area Transportation System (CATS) or other public bus, now is the time to reach out to our Woodstock personal injury lawyers. With 50+ Years’ collective experience and millions of dollars in recoveries, we know how to fight on your behalf.
Set up a consultation today by contacting our Cherokee County accident firm at (678) 445-7423.
Due to their heavy weight and larger size, buses face an increased risk for being involved in a serious accident. Because buses are common carriers, drivers owe passengers a greater duty of care than a typical passenger vehicle driver may owe—that means they must be extra cautious when on the road.
When bus drivers and / or bus companies fail to maintain the level of diligence expected from them, it can result in devastating accidents and injuries.
At Imbriale Injury Law, we have the experience, resources, and skills to advocate for you throughout your case. We can review the details of your accident and provide the keen insight and representation you need from our Woodstock personal injury attorney.
As members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®, we know how to win cases for our clients. When you come to our firm, there are no attorney egos, no false promises, and no hidden fees.
Call our office at (678) 445-7423 to take the first step toward recovering justice and compensation.