If your child was injured in the May 15th bus crash on I-95, unfamiliar insurance companies may be contacting you soon about the accident. As a parent of a child who was harmed, it’s important to know that talking to other insurers could mean giving up some of your legal rights.
As you focus on your child’s recovery, we want you to be as informed as possible. Our firm has created a free 24/7 hotline to explain to you exactly how to legally protect your child and yourself. Call us at (800) 818-8148 to speak with a member of our team.
What Has Been Reported about the Bus Crash?
On Monday, May 15, 26 C.W. Henry School eighth graders and their chaperones left for a class trip to Washington, D.C. on a Werner Coach charter bus. Halfway between Wilmington and Baltimore on I-95, the driver of a Honda Civic attempted to pass the bus and lost control of his car. The driver veered across lanes of traffic and clipped the front of the bus. The bus overturned and hit an embankment and a tree, and landed on its side across the highway. Twenty-nine people were hurt, two of whom were critically injured.
Ostroff Injury Law is Investigating the Bus Crash
Our bus accident lawyers are now investigating the crash involving the C.W. Henry School eighth graders. Contact our firm for a free legal consultation if your child was a passenger on the bus and/or you were a chaperone on the trip.
Calling the free hotline at (800) 818-8148 will connect you with an experienced bus accident attorney who will listen to your account of the crash and explain your legal rights. We’ll let you know what you can expect in the coming days and what to do next.
Committed and Experienced Attorneys Protecting Victims’ Rights
Our lawyers are dedicated to holding negligent drivers responsible for acting recklessly and causing injuries. For decades, Ostroff Injury Law has obtained groundbreaking verdicts and settlements and obtained justice for thousands of victims.
For example, in 2016, the bus accident lawyers at Ostroff Injury Law obtained a $5.05 million verdict for four passengers injured when a Greyhound bus slammed into a tractor trailer. Lead attorney Jon Ostroff was interviewed by CNN about this high-profile case. It is just one example of the fierceness with which our attorneys protect the rights of the injured.
Contact our firm for a free consultation. If you decide to retain legal representation with Ostroff Injury Law, our bus safety lawyers work on a contingency basis, so we do not get paid until you do.