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Tips for Sharing the Road with School Buses

Another school year will start soon for many Texas children, and we’ll once again see those big yellow school buses on the road. Riding a school bus is among the safest possible transportation modes for your kids. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Administration shows that taking the bus is 13 times safer than riding

Company Denies Driver Fatigue Involved in Fatal Bus Accident

Even as investigators probe the possibility that driver fatigue was linked to a fatal bus accident in Oregon that killed 9 people, the company denies that the driver was working beyond the maximum hours allowed, and was fatigued at the time. Investigations are going on into the accident near Pendleton, Oregon, that killed 9 people,

Bus Crash Victim Files Lawsuit Against Company

A passenger who suffered several broken ribs in the fatal Irving, Texas, bus crash has filed a negligence lawsuit  against the company operating the vehicle. The lawsuit, filed Monday, names Cardinal Coach Lines Inc., of Mansfield. The accident Thursday killed two passengers and injured more than 40. The charter bus was on its way to an Oklahoma

2 Killed In Irving Bus Crash

At least two were killed and dozens injured today when a charter bus crashed in Irving, Texas. The Cardinal Coach bus was traveling east of Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport on State Highway 161, carrying 45 passengers, retired people on a gambling outing to a Choctaw casino in Oklahoma. The bus weaved across the highway, struck a concrete

Bus Safety Bill Clears U.S. Senate

The U.S. Senate has approved a key piece of bus safety legislation  that would tighten requirements for bus drivers as well as motor coach companies. The bill had been introduced after a deadly bus crash in Atlanta in 2007 that killed seven people. The bill is the brainchild of Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson and Democrat Senator

Curbside Carriers Have Poor Bus Safety Record

Intercity bus companies that provide low-cost bus services, and pick up or drop passengers curbside instead of at terminals, may have a much higher likelihood of being involved in accidents . That information comes from a report by the National Transportation Safety Board. The report finds that these curbside bus companies have a likelihood of being involved

New York Bus Accident Commentary by Houston Bus Injury Lawyers

  Bus Accident in New York Takes 15th Life Fifteen people have now died and several others were critically injured in a New York City bus accident March 12, 2011.  A 70 year-old man passed away in the hospital today as a result of the personal injuries he sustained in the catastrophic bus crash. According

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