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Public transportation is one of the cheapest and most convenient options for getting around Peoria, Arizona. Unfortunately, it is not always the safest. If you’ve been injured in an accident involving a CityLink bus, Dial-a-Ride vehicle, POGO Destinations shuttle, RoboRide Medical shuttle or a public school bus, contact The Law Offices of John Phebus for help. You may be entitled to financial compensation from the City of Peoria or another party.
Going up against a government agency in a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit is no small feat. These cases involve unique laws and regulations in Arizona, including a much shorter deadline than the average personal injury case in Peoria. A public transportation attorney will know how to navigate all of the laws that apply to your accident case, as well as how to negotiate for maximum financial compensation on your behalf. Giving your case to a lawyer can lend the peace of mind that you need to heal and move forward from a traumatic mass transit accident.
Public transportation accidents can involve any type of mass-transit vehicle, including a bus, train, subway, shuttle or trolley. At The Law Offices of John Phebus, our personal injury lawyers are committed to achieving justice for public transportation accidents in Arizona. We understand that these accidents are almost always preventable and can be traced back to human errors, such as:
Every day in Peoria, thousands of passengers trust public transportation to get them to their destinations. An unexpected public bus or shuttle accident could lead to devastating and even fatal injuries for victims, as well as millions of dollars in damages. Holding a person or entity legally responsible, or liable, for this type of accident can help survivors move forward.
The liable party in a public transportation accident case in Peoria will depend on the cause of the crash. If an investigation shows that the public bus driver or vehicle operator caused the crash, the City of Peoria will most likely be vicariously liable. Vicarious liability is a legal doctrine that holds employers responsible for the mistakes their employees make while on the job.
The city or state government could also be liable for a mass transit accident if its own actions contributed to the crash. If the city failed to properly maintain its fleet of CityLink buses, for instance, and a bus experienced a tire blowout that caused a rollover accident, the city would be liable for the negligent failure to maintain safe buses.
It may also be possible to hold a third party liable for a public transportation accident in Peoria, such as a driver outside of the mass transit vehicle for causing the crash or the manufacturer of a defective automobile part. To find out who might be liable for your public transportation accident, request a free consultation with our attorneys.
A public transportation accident can cause significant injuries, including catastrophic burns, broken bones, amputated limbs, lacerations, spinal cord injuries and brain injuries. At The Law Offices of John Phebus, we can help you if you’ve been diagnosed with any type of injury after a public transportation accident in Peoria, Arizona.
Our local personal injury attorneys have been representing individuals and families for over 20 years. We will fight for maximum case value on your behalf against the government or another party. Call (623) 400-5675 or contact us online today for a free case review.