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Bus Accident Injury Attorneys in St. Francis County

If You’ve Been Hurt, Call Our Firm for Reliable Counsel

Bus companies are sometimes independent contractors rather than big national companies that take great care in hiring and testing their personnel as well as maintaining their equipment. As a result, accidents happen much too frequently, resulting in numerous injured passengers.

Whether you were a passenger or pedestrian, our experienced team of Arkansas personal injury lawyers is here to help. We can investigate the accident and evaluate your rights to medical care and personal injury reimbursement.

Do not hesitate to call Easley & Houseal, PLLC at (870) 330-0015 today.

Common Causes of Bus Accidents

As a result of Arkansas' proximity to the gambling casinos of Mississippi, there is significant passenger bus traffic taking gamblers to and from the casinos. The gambling bus trips are usually day trips, which begin early in the morning and return late in the evening, prime times for accidents.

These accidents can be caused by a number of issues, such as:

  • A driver who is under the influence of drugs or illegal prescription medicines
  • A driver who is tired or distracted
  • Dangerous road or weather conditions
  • Mechanical failure

After an accident, it is important that you seek immediate medical attention and document your injuries with the help of a medical professional. Whether you’ve suffered serious physical trauma or emotional pain and suffering, our legal team may be able to help.

Let Us Hold At-Fault Parties Responsible

Bus companies and travel businesses should be held accountable for the injuries they cause, especially when they are responsible for catastrophic injuries or even death. If you are a loved one has been injured in a bus accident, contact Easley & Houseal, PLLC today. Our St. Francis County personal injury attorneys are highly experienced in handling all types of bus accident related cases, from public transit or private bus companies.

Contact our experienced lawyers today to schedule your free initial consultation.