Driver involved in bus accident found by police

by Administrator 16. March 2011 06:48

Police have now found the driver that fled the scene after strking a school bus on the highway.

According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, the 20-year-old man was driving a stolen vehicle on I-10 near the 27th Avenue when the he strucka  school bus. The man then fled the scene in his vehicle, but his car became disabled at the 35th Avenue exit and when police arrived, he ran by foot. DPS officers caught up with the man a short time later.

Detectives later found that he was an undocumented worker that has entered the country many times. There were 28 children on the bus at the time and two of them were taken to the hospital for treatment.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a bus accident, you may need experienced representation on your side that may be able to help you receive the representation that you need. Contact the bus accident lawyers Phoenix of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, PLC, by calling 800-763-0964 today.

School bus involved in accident last week

by Administrator 22. February 2011 06:56

According to the Department of Public Safety, a school bus that was traveling with elementary age children from the Navajo nation, was involved in accident in northeast Arizona.

The accident occurred on U.S. 191 at 7:20 a.m. when the bus lost control and rolled over for unknown reasons. Police have said that the school bus belongs to a community in Sanders, but they are unsure what caused it to flip over.

There were fourteen people on the bus including the driver. No injuries were said to be life-threatening, but many children did receive cuts as a result. No other vehicles were involved in the accident.

 If you or a loved one has been injured in a bus accident, you may be able to recieve compensation for your pain. Contact the Phoenix bus accident lawyers of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnnall, P.L.C., by calling 800-763-0964.

Distraction determined cause of last year's bus accident

by Administrator 22. June 2010 08:05

The National Transportation Safety Board has determined inattention as the cause of the tragic bus accident in Arizona last year at meeting today in Washington D.C..  The board stated that they believe the driver of the bus was attempting to fix a problem with the door before the accident happened.  

The accident occurred on January 30th, 2009 when a charter bus with a group of Chinese tourists was returning to Las Vegas from the Grand Canyon and crashed on U.S. Highway 93 near the Hoover Dam.  The distracted driver veered and overcorrected, leading him into a median and causing the bus to flip.  Many occupants were ejected from the bus, seven people were killed, and ten were injured in the accident.  

The NTSB also offered safety tips for medium-sized busses, such as occupant restraints and stronger windows to prevent people from being ejected in accidents.  

If you or someone you know has been injured in a bus accident, contact the Phoenix bus accident lawyers of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.L.C. at 800-763-0964 to learn more about your rights.


6 Killed, 16 Injured in Phoenix Bus Crash

by Administrator 8. March 2010 02:26

Six people were killed and sixteen others injured Friday after a bus rolled over on the interstate outside Phoenix.


The crash occurred shortly before 5:30 a.m. on Interstate 10, about 25 miles south of downtown Phoenix. The bus, which was carrying 22 passengers, collided with a pickup truck in the westbound lanes of the interstate. The bus driver overcorrected away from the pickup and rolled over. The roof of the bus was crushed and all of the vehicles windows were broken.


Two men and four women were ejected from the bus and killed. Nine others are in critical condition at hospitals around Phoenix.


An 11 year-old boy is in guarded condition, and four others are listed in good condition.


If you or someone you know has been injured in an Arizona car accident, please contact the Phoenix personal injury attorneys of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally by calling 800-763-0964.

Arizona Bus Accident Claims Six Lives

by Administrator 5. March 2010 05:55

Six people were killed and several more injured Friday when the bus they were traveling on lost control and flipped over, ejecting passengers onto the interstate.

The accident occurred at approximately 5:27 in the morning along an Arizona stretch of I-10, south of Phoenix.  According to police reports, the bus hit the back of a pickup truck, swerved left, then right across the road, then flipped over, rolling at least once as passengers were ejected from the vehicle.  Four women and two men were killed in the tragic accident, and another 15 passengers were rushed to area hospitals.  Five people suffered injuries so severe that they had to be life-flighted.  Two 11-year-old children were among the injured.

If you or someone you love has been injured or worse as the result of a bus accident, the Phoenix bus accident attorneys of Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally may be able to help you get the compensation you deserve.  Contact us today by calling 800-763-0964. 

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