Wisconsin Bus Accident Attorneys
Milwaukee Bus Accident Lawyers
Bus Accidents • Taxi Accidents • Limo Accidents
Have you been injured in an accident with a vehicle operated by a professional driver? Just because it was a city bus accident doesn’t mean you have fewer rights.
Contact us at 414-289-0909 to schedule a free consultation with a Milwaukee personal injury attorney about your rights. No fees until we win your case.
Bus accidents and other accidents involving professional vehicle operators involve complex insurance issues. Not only do they potentially involve your health and car insurance, but they often involve the responsible driver’s policy, as well as that of the company they work for. An example is a taxi accident: the driver is an independent contractor with their own policy. The company they work for may also have fleet insurance. It may involve a common carrier. You need an attorney who can sort through these details to get you the results you deserve.
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With 55 years of combined experience, the attorneys at Domnitz & Domnitz, S.C. have gained a comprehensive understanding of insurance laws in our area. We know how to negotiate and litigate bus, taxi, and limo accident cases successfully. Contact our law firm for information on what we can do to benefit you.
In the case of a bus accident there are statutory notices that must be filed within a few months of the accident or the rights of the injured person can be lost forever.
Call our Wisconsin bus accident attorneys at 414-289-0909 to discuss protecting your rights. The consultation is free.
Whether you were hit by a bus or taxi while walking or driving, you have rights that need to be protected. We have a proven record of successfully resolving cases involving personal injury or wrongful death. This record is coupled with genuine concern for your future. When we take your case, we will make certain we are listening to your needs to ensure we are working toward meeting them. Contact a Milwaukee personal injury attorney today.