Iowa Lack of Bus Maintenance Lawyers
Buses, whether school buses or city transportation buses, are often paid for by every tax payer in a state. Many states allocate funds for the purchase, operation, and maintenance of buses. These expenses are justified by the many services that buses provide. But if these buses are not properly maintained, they can be responsible for numerous injuries or even the death of innocent passengers and motorists. Proper maintenance of any vehicle is crucial, and buses are no exception.
If poor bus maintenance led to an accident in which you suffered injury, you deserve to be compensated for your losses. Please contact the Iowa lack of bus maintenance lawyers at LaMarca Law Group, P.C. by calling 877-327-2600 for more information on your legal rights and options.
Improper maintenance can affect many different parts of a bus including the engine, the wheels, and the passenger seating area, among others. Regulations on the maintenance of buses are intended to protect bus drivers, bus passengers, and other drivers on the road. If a bus is not maintained in a proper, regular fashion, passengers and other drivers are at risk for injury and accidents. Buses should be regularly maintained in the following ways.
- Properly changed and maintained fluids
- Regular service of engine
- Visual inspection of tires before every trip
- Passenger area maintenance
- Regularly changed brake pads
Bus maintenance is crucial to the proper function of buses and the safe delivery of their passengers. If a business or other operator fails to maintain its property, they are recklessly putting passengers at risk.
If you believe improper bus maintenance led to your injury or harm, please contact the Iowa lack of bus maintenance lawyers at LaMarca Law Group, P.C. today by calling 877-327-2600.