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More Bus Crash Statistics

More Bus Crash Statistics

More Bus Crash Statistics

While buses are one of the safest ways to get around, bus accidents do happen. Buses are used in places like New York City frequently. Many people in New York rely on buses to get around. They can be one of the main forms of transportation for many people. With MTA buses transporting so many people each day, it makes sense that bus crashes happen sometimes. Also, there are many other kinds of buses such as school buses that are used daily.

In 2015, there were over 32 thousand fatal vehicle accidents in the United States. Only around 250 of these involved a bus. And, only around 4 percent of nonfatal accidents in 2015 involved a bus or large truck.

Bus accidents are more likely to result in injuries than fatalities. But, because buses are large and can be hard to maneuver and have large blind spots, they can get in accidents.

In 2015, there were nearly 50 deaths to bus occupants. There were 14,000 bus crashes in 2015 that caused injury.

If you’ve been seriously injured in a bus crash and the accident was caused by someone else acting negligently or recklessly, you could seek monetary compensation for your injuries by filing a personal injury claim.

If you have questions about a claim in New York, contact us at Frekhtman & Associates today at (212) 222-1111. We are happy to talk to you about your claim.

Note for readers: This post has been derived from the use of secondary sources and the information provided has not been independently confirmed. Any inaccuracies will be swiftly corrected once they have been brought to the site’s attention and all requests to remove posts will be honored.

DISCLAIMER: This post is intended to provide general information to our readers and to honor the victims of everyday tragedies. We do not wish to cause any disrespect and none of the information contained in this post should be construed to constitute legal or medical advice. Laws vary by jurisdiction and cases often turn on minor differences in fact. Do not rely exclusively on any of the information contained in this post and seek further assistance from a legal or medical professional, where necessary.

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