Deja Vu - Police Claim Driver Fatigue Was The Cause Of Chinatown Bound Tour Bus Accident Which Killed Four - Tour Bus Lawyer Asks Why Does This Keep Happening?
Dozens were injured and 4 people were killed and yet another tour bus rolled over in a catastrophic bus accident. According to news sources, the bus was traveling from Greensboro, North Carolina to New York when it hit an embankment in Virginia and rolled over onto its roof on I-95 on Tuesday, May 31, 2011. The bus was carrying 58 passengers and its Chinatown office in New York was empty of workers on the date of the accident. Police blamed the bus accident on driver fatigue and investigators said that charges were pending.
As an experienced tour bus accident lawyer, it seems that the epidemic of driver fatigue and bus accidents continues to increase at an alarming rate and must be curtailed by stricter regulations, guidelines, driver health, and background checks.
The law office of Reiff & Bily in conjunction with the Beasley Firm joined forces to create the Beasley Reiff Law group and are currently representing victims of another bus crash that occurred just a few months ago when a bus traveling to Chinatown from New York to Philadelphia crashed killing and catastrophically injuring other individuals.
Since 1958, the lawyers of the Beasley Reiff Law Group have recovered over $2 billion dollars on behalf of catastrophically injured victims and their families. If you or a loved on has sustained catastrophic injuries or suffered a wrongful death as a result of a tour bus accident, please contact us online at www.beasleyreifflawgroup.com or toll free at 1-800-588-0130.