Bus Accident Attorney

Are you suffered from bus accident on a road and injured seriously? Call Ledger Law at 800.300.0001 for consulting with bus accident attorney in California.

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August 31, 2012


It's a simple, straight forward question: what would you do if you were injured while being a passenger on a friends motorcycle? No one sets out one day to file a lawsuit against a friend or relative. It's just not something most people aspire to do. However, if you have been injured when you were a passenger on a motorcycle,…
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August 5, 2012


– information for this article was culled from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – Swimming pools should be fun. Not deadly. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about ten people die from unintentional drowning every day in the United States.  10! Every day!  Drowning ranks fifth among the leading causes of unintentional injury death…
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June 17, 2011

Supreme Court Decisions Affecting Americans’ Civil Rights

The U.S. Supreme Court is finishing its term at the end of this month. Like most years, the Court still has a number of pivotal cases left to consider. A handful of the cases still on the docket involve complex personal injury rights which apply to civil litigants across the nation. One important case set to be decided in the…
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April 6, 2011

Train, Subway & Railroad Related Personal Injury Lawsuits.

Whether you ride casually or work every day on or a around a train, you understand the risk involved. Hundreds of thousands of pounds of steel traveling at impossible speeds is a recipe for disaster. Subsequently, the number and type of train related personal injury accidents are as varied as the trains themselves. Have you been injured in a train,…
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June 3, 2010

When You Need a Bus Accident Lawyer

If you have been in a collision with a bus, whether it be a mass transit vehicle like a city bus, or a private touring or long distance transportation bus, you be be wondering if there is anything that you can do to collect damages from the injuries that you sustained or the repairs that had to be done to…
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March 12, 2010

City Bus Accidents; Who is Responsible?

Last week, 46 year old William Detore was killed when his bicycle became entangled beneath a Regional Transit bus in Sacramento, California. Detore was on his bicycle just before 2:00 p.m. last Saturday heading south when the Regional Transit bus collided with him as it approached traveling westbound on L Street. Last month, in Los Angeles, a Metropolitan Transit Authority…
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February 7, 2010

Despite Bans, Text Message Accidents Continue

With the advent of cellular phones came yet another cause of traffic accidents. Twenty years ago in the United States a cellular phone was considered a luxury item reserved for the upper classes or those professionals that truly needed one. Times have certainly changed! Now, over 80% of the population in the United States owns a cell phone. Most of…
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February 7, 2010

Bus Accident Lawyer

In 2005, there were over 800,000 commercial buses registered in the United States. As we are encouraged to save gas, protect the environment and utilize mass transportation whenever possible, the number of commercial buses operating in the United States continues to rise. Due to the increasing popularity and necessity of commuter buses as a main source of transportation, it’s no…