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Bakersfield Car vs. Bus Accident Attorney

Car Accidents involving School Buses, Commuter Buses & Public Transportation

The car accident lawyers at Pacific Attorney Group are dedicated to helping victims of all types of car accidents in the Bakersfield area, including those involving school buses, tour buses, commuter buses and public transportation. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car versus bus accident, we understand that you may have sustained serious injury - whether you were a bus passenger or were a driver or passenger in the car. Our law firm represents any car versus bus accident victim, even pedestrians or bicyclists that were involved in these accidents.

To schedule a consultation with a Bakersfield car accident lawyer at our offices, call us at 800-358-9617 or contact us online. Your initial consultation is always free and is completely confidential.

Car and Bus Accidents - Who is Liable?

Liability is an important issue in any car accident case. In this context, liability is defined as a legal responsibility for damages or costs. Because the victim of a car accident may file a personal injury claim in civil court against the driver he or she believes is responsible, it will be necessary to prove that driver actually caused the accident and should therefore be held accountable for his or her actions.

In a car versus bus accident, liability may rest on the shoulders of the driver of the car or the bus, or even both. At times an accident of this kind may also be caused by a third party. The local government may be held accountable if poor road design or maintenance led to the accident. The manufacturer of automotive or bus parts may be held accountable if a defective product caused the accident to occur. By investigating your particular accident, an attorney can assist you in determining who should be held responsible.

For help with your Bakersfield car versus bus accident claim, contact a car accident attorney at Pacific Attorney Group today.