In Florida, school buses should be readily seen by other drivers. School buses are big, yellow, and full of flashing lights and signs when stopped. Despite the obviousness and size of school bus vehicles, drivers continue to crash into school buses are a far too frequent basis. A recent school bus accident was reported in Suwannee County. The Florida Times Union reported that 48 students were on a school bus that was rearended by a 2002 Chevrolet SUV. The students were transported after this Florida School Bus Accident to a local hospital to be evaluated. You can read mor about this incident at Students Shaken Up in Suwannee County School Bus Accident – Florida Highway Patrol.
When a child is injured as a result of a school bus accident, there are often times many questions, issues, and challenges for the injured child as well as the parents. A Florida Child Injury Lawyer can help guide the parents through the issues that arise in a Florida School Bus Accident or other type of accident. A child, who is injured as a result of a Florida School Bus Accident, may be entitled to compensation from the at fault driver, the owner of the vehicle driven by the at fault driver, the parent’s insurance company, a resident relative’s insurance company, the insurance company for the school bus, and the insurance company for the school. There may be a variety of sources of compensation depending on the coverage and the facts and circumstances of the accident.
The book titled – When the Wheels Stop Spinning – Legal Rights of the Injured Child – What Parents Should Know After the Accident. There are chapters on Common Questions, Insurance Coverage, Automobile Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents, Bicycle Accidents, School Bus and Day Care Center Van Accidents, and other topics. You can get a free copy of this book at When the Wheels Stop Spinning.