Bus Accident Attorney in Kansas City

Missouri Traffic Accident Lawyer

A Legal Team that Takes Action When a Traffic Accident Involves a Bus

A passenger on a Kansas City bus was injured when the driver slammed on the brakes to avoid a car accident. The passenger flew forward and hit the seat in front of him, causing serious injury. At the Carter Law Offices, our Kansas City bus accident lawyers helped him take action and to recover substantial compensation for the harm he experienced.

Our Kansas City, Missouri, law firm helps people who have been injured in bus accidents recover the full and fair compensation they deserve. We hold bus drivers accountable for negligence, but we often look more deeply into the situation. Sometimes the fault is another driver's. It may also be the bus company's for failing to properly maintain the bus. Whatever the cause, we find it and make sure the truth is known.

To do this, we conduct thorough investigations in bus accident cases. We work with well-qualified experts and review bus drivers' employment records to spot any problems. We also have a registered nurse and a doctor of chiropractic on staff who can complete a thorough review of all your medical issues and concerns.

Experience has taught us that accident cases often involve many different factors:

  • Inattentive bus or other drivers
  • Dangerous conditions on buses
  • Speeding
  • Accidents with other drivers
  • Failure to properly help people with disabilities

At the Carter Law Offices, we have spent the last decade and a half focusing on one thing: getting the best possible results for our clients. We continue to pursue the best possible results in every mass transit accident case we take on. Our hard work has led to a history of favorable jury verdicts and settlements in accident cases.

Contact Us

If you've been injured, make that phone call. Contact the Carter Law Offices at 816-283-3500 or toll free at 877-276-3500. You may also contact us online to speak with a bus accident attorney. Your first consultation is, of course, free.