Our Team Answers Urgent Questions About Car Accidents
Although we encourage people to call our San Francisco office for answers to their specific questions, we also provide this set of answers to some questions we hear most often. Take the time to read these short essays, which will often shed light on the issues you are facing after a traffic crash. We are adding new topics regularly.
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Is my child safer riding the school bus or traveling in another vehicle to and from school?
According to a report from the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Association), your child is safest in a bus when traveling to and from school. Children who are transported to and from school in other vehicles, travel on foot, or ride bikes, are more at-risk than those who ride the school bus, according to statistics from the report (click here to read the specific statistics). Overall, the report findings are consistent with historic data that named school buses 12 times safer than passenger vehicles for the transportation of students.
Car accidents can cause a range of injuries, from minor to even fatal. If your child has been injured or killed in an auto accident, whether while commuting to school or driving elsewhere, feel free to contact child injury attorney & car accident lawyer Chris Keane with your questions regarding liability, negligence, and other concerns. As an advocate for injured children and surviving families of fatal accident victims, Chris Keane will answer all your questions for free with compassion and regard for your unique situation.
Click here to contact Chris Keane via the web or call 1-888-592-KIDS.