A school bus crash on May 28th in Greenwich has left 14 people injured, including the driver of the bus. The bus, which was carrying students from The Stanwich School, was operated by a 74-year-old driver who, while driving on Stanwich Road, swerved for reasons which have yet to be identified, causing the bus to hit a large tree on the side of the road.
The bus driver’s compartment saw the brunt of the impact, and the driver was taken to a nearby hospital in order to treat serious but non-life threatening injuries. Some students on the bus also suffered injuries, including broken bones in a few cases, and thirteen had to be taken to hospitals nearby in order to receive treatment for their injuries.
Bus accidents can have serious consequences for injury victims, and at the Law Offices of Paul Levin, we understand how important it may be for accident victims to get compensation for their resulting losses. If you have been injured in a bus or other automotive accident in Connecticut, contact us today at 860-322-5302 to learn more about how we can help.
Four children and one other person – it is still unclear if he or she was an adult or child – were left injured after a school bus accident on I-84 this morning.
The accident occurred around 7:30 a.m. near the Connecticut Boulevard ramp. A press release revealed that the injuries for those involved were minor, and that damage to the school bus was also not severe.
The children were taken to the Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and the fifth injured person was transported to St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center. Both are located in Hartford.
The accident was cleared around 8:15 a.m. However, motorists still face delays on I-84 and Route 2.
Our legal team at the Law Offices of Paul Levin understands how scary it must be for parents in Connecticut to hear that their child has been harmed. If you or a loved one has a child who has been injured due to the actions of others, call 860.560.7226.
Two buses collided on Interstate 95 in Stratford, Connecticut on Wednesday, July 3, 2013, leaving at least ten individuals injured. The collision occurred before 10 in the morning, and also involved a tractor trailer and another car. Several of those involved in the accident had to be taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, though none of the injuries were listed as serious.
Bus accidents are relatively rare, but when they do occur, the injuries that passengers suffer are often considerable. Because of a lack of safety features such as seat belts and airbags, passengers are more exposed to serious injury risks, even in seemingly minor accidents.
At the Law Offices of Paul Levin, we know how hard it can be for bus accident victims to cope with the consequences that their injuries may cause. That’s why we are committed to helping injury victims fight for the compensation they need. If you or someone you love was injured in a bus accident, contact us at (860) 560-7226 to learn more about what we can do for you.