High School Students Injured in Warren County School Bus Crash

A New Jersey school bus accident occurred in Warren County on Wednesday, November 3, according to NJ.com. The bus crash occurred near Millbrook Village on Route 602 when the school bus’ brakes apparently failed, causing the vehicle to crash into another bus and then veer off the road. Between the two school buses, there were 90 occupants aboard, and 11 were taken to local hospitals, including one of the bus drivers.

It is unclear as to why the brakes of the first school bus failed, which ultimately caused the New Jersey bus crash. However, further investigation may conclude that the brakes were defective, in which case, may entitle parents and students aboard the buses to monetary compensation. Those injured in this accident would be well advised to contact an experienced New Jersey personal injury attorney as soon as possible to learn about their rights.

If you or a loved one has sustained injury in a bus crash, the knowledgeable New Jersey bus accident lawyers at Lependorf Silverstein can help. Any injury suffered due to someone else’s negligence can have a devastating effect on a family, not only physically, but mentally and financially as well. At the Princeton law firm of Lependorf Silverstein, we’ll examine every detail of your accident case to determine a fair and just compensation package, which may include coverage for medical expenses, pain and suffering, loss of income, rehabilitation and other damages. With nearly twenty years experience per attorney, we have handled a wide variety of New Jersey bus and large truck accident cases. For a free and confidential consultation, call (609) 240-0040 today.