Every third week of October, the National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) hosts National School Bus Safety Week. The educational event helps parents, students, teachers, school administrators, motorists, and bus drivers emphasize the importance of school bus safety. In 2020, School Bus Safety Week takes place October on 19-23 and the theme is “Red Lights Mean STOP!” Under Section […]Learn More
Though injuries sustained from bus accidents are relatively uncommon – only 24,000 people experience injuries from bus crashes annually in the U.S. – there is always a risk associated with taking the bus, as buses can get into accidents like any other passenger car. Every year, 360 million people take the bus, and there are […]Learn More
Although bus accidents don’t occur as often as car crashes, they can be extremely damaging when they do. Buses do not come equipped with the same safety measures as other passenger vehicles, which makes them particularly dangerous when a crash occurs. Some people use buses to get to and from work on a daily basis, […]Learn More
Goodman Acker, P.C. has once again grown with the recent addition of Attorney Bart P. O’Neill to our impressive roster of Detroit personal injury attorneys. Attorney O’Neill has intentionally focused his own legal practice on managing birth injury claims, which is often considered one of the most complex forms of personal injury claims. Birth injury claims that Attorney O’Neill […]Learn More
In the days following March 24, 2014, media across the country broadcast disturbing images of a Chicago CTA Blue Line train that had derailed at the O’Hare International Airport station. Reporters explained that the train had failed to stop at its terminal station, jumped the platform, and ended up on the escalator that led from […]Learn More
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