Arkansas Bus Accident Lawyers

If you or a loved one has been injured in a bus accident, contact the Law Offices of Peter Miller. Our Arkansas bus accident attorneys are highly experienced in handling all types of bus-related accident cases, including public transit or private bus companies.

Whether you were a passenger or pedestrian, our experienced team of Arkansas bus accident lawyers is able to expertly investigate the accident and evaluate your rights to medical care and personal injury reimbursement.

About Arkansas Bus Accidents

Because of Arkansas’ proximity to Mississippi’s gambling casinos, there is significant bus traffic taking visitors there. The gambling bus trips are usually day trips which begin early in the morning and return late in the evening. The bus companies are sometimes independent contractors, unlike big national companies, which take great care in hiring and testing their personnel and maintaining their equipment.

All bus companies, public and private, are considered common carriers, and as such, are legally required to maintain an extremely high standard of care with respect to transporting their passengers. Regrettably, some private bus companies do not maintain their buses adequately, and some even hire drivers who did not qualify as operators with larger interstate bus companies.

This is a formula for disaster. Moreover, because they are large, heavy vehicles typically traveling at a high rate of speed, when a bus accident does occur, frequently, many people are seriously injured or killed.

If you’ve been involved in a bus accident, contact the Arkansas bus accident attorneys at the Law Offices of Peter Miller. You don't pay until you collect.

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