Bus Accident Attorneys Helping Injured Victims
When buses or public shuttles are involved in accidents, the sheer size and weight of the vehicle involved — not to mention the number of people on board — often produce catastrophic injuries or fatalities.
If you or someone you love suffers serious injuries as a result of a bus accident, you may be able to pursue compensation for medical costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering. The personal injury lawyers at Comerford Chilson & Moser, L.L.P., in Winston-Salem, will help you understand your rights and determine who to make a claim against.
Comerford, Chilson, & Moser represents individuals throughout North Carolina who have been seriously injured in personal injury accidents. We can travel anywhere in the state on short notice to investigate an accident scene and begin building your case.
We Stand Up To Bus Companies And Their Lawyers
Bus companies are extremely aggressive in protecting their reputation and their liability when accidents occur. It is important for people who are injured in a bus accident to have equally aggressive legal counsel in order to protect their rights.
Our Winston-Salem bus accident attorneys have more than 90 years of cumulative personal injury litigation experience. We work with accident reconstruction specialists and medical professionals who allow us to build strong cases on behalf of our clients. This often allows us to reach full and fair settlements without the need to go to trial, but we field a team of trial-tested attorneys who are always prepared to go to court if a fair agreement cannot be reached. We have personal injury litigation experience in cases throughout North Carolina.
Get An Assessment Of Your Case
We welcome the opportunity to review the facts of your case during a free, no-obligation consultation. We will answer your questions and provide a straightforward assessment of what you might expect as an outcome. Call 336-631-8510 or email us to schedule an appointment.
We accept all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you will not pay attorney fees unless we obtain a recovery for you, either through a settlement or a court judgment.