Accidents impact thousands of innocent lives daily, causing irreparable damages to victims and their families. In these cases, it is difficult to regain any normalcy of life when the injuries are significant.
An accident with this potential recently occurred in New York, when a Camden school bus was involved in a three-car accident. Thankfully, no students were injured.
In these motor vehicle accidents, even with no loss of life, an auto accident attorney in the Bronx can help victims make claims for damages incurred.
What Happened With The Bus?
Police say on Monday, Sept. 30, a call went came in for an accident on State Route 13 and Elpis Road in the town of Vienna. After investigating the accident, police learned that Francis P. Mantelli, 64, of Camden, was driving his 2007 Chrysler Town and Country van North on State Route 13, where he failed to keep his vehicle on the correct side of the roadway. Because of this, he sideswiped a Camden school bus and then a 2009 Ford Focus, driven by Deborah H. Greene, 63, of Blossvale.
The school bus then traveled off the roadway, struck a guide wire for a National Grid utility pole and then struck a tree.
Mantelli was transported to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital for evaluation. The police issued Mantelli a ticket. Greene was transported to Rome Memorial Hospital for evaluation while the operator of the school bus, Amy C. Galway, and 12 students thankfully suffered no injuries in the accident.
The Bottom line:
Accidents affect the victims physically, mentally, emotionally and financially. To make a claim for compensation, one needs to hire an auto accident attorney in the Bronx to assist with pursuing claims for their injuries. Only a highly competent attorney can help you with the case and help you get financial compensation. Seek advice from us and learn what you need to do to file a lawsuit against the party at fault.
Schedule a consultation for a detailed discussion about your legal options.