Three Injured After SEPTA Bus Crash in Philadelphia
April 17, 2018
Three victims sustained personal injuries after a SEPTA bus crash in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On Tuesday morning, around 9:25 am, the bus accident occurred near North 29th Street. The bus driver lost control of the vehicle, struck several poles, and then crashed into a fence. Both the driver and two passengers incurred injuries during the SEPTA bus crash.
Commuters, tourists, and other passengers rely on public transportation on a daily basis to take them to their destinations. Unfortunately, accidents involving large vehicles like buses may bring a spate of personal injuries as well as potential fatalities for victims. In some cases, bus drivers may engage in reckless driving practices to arrive at their stops on time or may lack the proper training or experience to operate buses.
If you or your family members experienced injuries in a bus accident, our Philadelphia bus accident lawyers at Nerenberg Law Associates, P.C. will navigate your personal injury case. Call today at 215-569-9100 for a no-obligation, free consultation or contact us online. Our law practice serves clients in Philadelphia and Montgomery County, Delaware County, Bucks County, and Chester County, but also represents clients in New Jersey and Central Pennsylvania.