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Protecting the Rights of the Injured & Disabled
In 2015, there were approximately 97,000 large truck and bus accidents on American roads. As a result of these accidents, 138,000 people were injured and 4,337 people lost their lives. The number of people killed in these crashes increased by 8% in 2015. 73.5% of the people killed in truck and bus accidents occupy passenger vehicles.
Truck and bus accident injuries can be severely debilitating, both physically and emotionally. These injuries can also be financially ruinous, as costly medical bills add up, and many victims of truck and bus accidents are unable to work.
If you or a loved one has been in a truck or bus collision, you may have a personal injury claim and you may be entitled to compensation for your medical costs, lost wages, property damage and pain and suffering.
At Gold, Levy & Poirot, we are experienced trial attorneys who know the laws regarding truck and bus accidents, and we can skillfully apply that experience to help you get the most compensation for your injuries and damages. Our dedicated team of Connecticut Truck and Bus Accident Attorneys take the time to learn about the facts of the accident, your injuries, whether you will be out of work, and whether you are faced with medical bills.
If you have been injured in a truck or bus accident, call our office at 860-549-5152, to set up a free, no obligation consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
Remember, Connecticut puts a time limit on your right to file a lawsuit. If you have been injured, do not delay in contacting a lawyer who can protect your rights.
Let the attorneys at Gold, Levy & Poirot advise you on whether you have a personal injury claim, the strength of your personal injury claim, and discuss with you how much your truck or bus accident claim may be worth. We, at Gold, Levy & Poirot, want to help you
More information regarding the most recent statistics involving tractor trailer and bus accidents is available online from the U.S. Department of Transportation: https://cms.fmcsa.dot.gov/sites/fmcsa.dot.gov/files/docs/LTCF2015%20Early%20Release.pdf.
General information regarding motor vehicle crash history and trends over the years is available online from the National Center for Statistics and Analysis: https://crashstats.nhtsa.dot.gov/Api/Public/ViewPublication/812318.