We Represent Injured Passengers & Others Injured in Bus Collisions

Buses can serve as a convenient and cost-effective form of transportation, but they can also present a serious hazard if they are negligently operated. At the Lowenberg Law Firm, we offer our legal services to children and adults who have been seriously injured in transit and school bus accidents in Houston and the surrounding areas of Texas. Our belief is that the injured should be entitled to fair compensation after such accidents, and we fight to protect their rights to the fullest extent of our abilities.

Our Houston bus accident attorneys have more than 25 years of combined experience. They are passionate about helping the injured from the worst moments of their lives to better, brighter futures. This can be accomplished by providing compassionate support along with aggressive legal representation through every step of a bus accident claim.

For a free case review of your bus accident, call (832) 241-6000.

Types of Bus Accidents

A bus may be described as a large vehicle that is used to transport multiple passengers. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), a bus is a motor vehicle designed to transport nine or more people, including the driver. There are different types of buses and similar commercial vehicles that take Houston residents and workers from place to place, and the operators of these vehicles and the companies they work for have an obligation to protect the safety of their passengers – and the people with whom they share the road.

An Houston bus accident lawyer at the Lowenberg Law Firm may be able to help if you have been injured in a collision involving any of the following vehicle types:

  • Transit buses
  • School buses
  • Intercity buses
  • Motorcoaches
  • Van-based buses
  • Cross-country buses
  • Shuttle buses
  • Minibuses
  • Trolleys

Learn more about your right to compensation and the steps we can take to protect your interests after a bus accident – call (832) 241-6000 today!


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