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Helping Victims of Lebanon Transit Bus Crash

Helping Victims of Lebanon Transit Bus Crash

Lebanon Transit’s insurance company may contact you if you were involved in the August 17th Lebanon transit bus crash in PA. Unfortunately, speaking with the insurance company could mean losing some of your legal rights. To best answer questions and inform you about protecting yourself, the bus safety lawyers at Ostroff Injury Law have created a free bus crash hotline.

Out-of-Control Lebanon Transit Bus Crashes

On August 17, 2016, an out-of-control bus turned from 9th Street onto Church Street in Lebanon, PA and crashed into cars, dumpsters, signs and buildings. Of the 23 people on board, 17 went to the hospital.

Bus Safety Lawyers Now Investigating

The bus safety lawyers at Ostroff Injury Law are now investigating the cause of the Lebanon, PA crash that sent 17 people to the hospital. If you were a passenger, we can help. By coming forward and speaking to our highly qualified legal team, you can protect your legal rights. You’ll also help stop future crashes from hurting more people.

Get a free, no-obligation legal review by calling the bus accident hotline at (484) 351-0350. We’ll discuss your situation, explain what you can expect from the bus company and its insurer. We can also determine whether you are eligible for monetary compensation.

Protecting Victims’ Rights for Decades

Our bus safety lawyers hold bus companies and their drivers accountable when their recklessness leads to injuries. In 2016, Ostroff Injury Law won a $5.05 million verdict for four passengers injured when a Greyhound bus slammed into a tractor trailer. Lead attorney Jon Ostroff was interviewed by CNN about this high-profile case. He and his legal team have been obtaining justice for decades. They remain committed to protecting the rights of injured victims.

Our lawyers work on a contingency basis. Contact us today to protect your rights and get answers.