Have you been hurt in a MTA bus accident? If you have been, you should talk to our Nashville injury lawyer immediately about your legal rights.
Because the Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) is a public transportation agency, you may have a limited amount of time in which you can file a legal claim and/or seek compensation for your injuries.
Additionally, litigation involving government agencies and/or employees in Tennessee is extremely complex. In cases involving public transit authorities, victims may have to prove that the service failed to meet a specific standard of care for passengers.
Our Nashville injury lawyer can investigate if your accident was caused due to driver error, such as speeding or failing to yield the right of way at an intersection, and he may be able to help you move forward with a claim.
If you have been involved in an MTA bus accident, you will want to prove that a driver’s negligent actions resulted in the crash or that the authority’s carelessness, such as failing to make repairs to a vehicle, led to your injuries.
THREE VEHICLES INVOLVED IN AN MTA BUS ACCIDENT NEAR DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE
In April, three people were injured in an MTA bus accident that occurred at Driftwood Street and Hermitage Avenue, near downtown.
WKRN-TV reported that multiple people, including a toddler, had to be transported to the hospital for treatment following the crash. It is unclear what caused the accident, as news outlets did not follow up the story after it occurred.
TALK TO OUR NASHVILLE INJURY ATTORNEY ABOUT YOUR MTA BUS ACCIDENT
If you are involved in a bus accident, make sure you speak to our Nashville injury attorney as quickly as possible. Due to statutes of limitations and the complexity of potential legal claims, you will want to make sure that you have expert representation.
You can reach our Nashville lawyer by clicking on the live chat option on this page or by filling out the contact request form.
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