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What Parents Should Know About School Bus Accidents
9/23/2010 10:13:19 AM

What Parents Should Know About School Bus Accidents
By : Alan Edsboro    

Public school is a great service to the citizens of the United States. That isn't to say that it isn't perfect, and that accidents can't or won't happen. Schools can err in their policies, hiring process, and so forth- and without precautions, your child could be in danger as a result.

It is up to the job of a parent to make sure school bus drivers in charge of the route is experienced. With cutbacks in school funding, school boards have had to lower pay rates. When lower pay in concerned, almost anyone the school finds can be a school bus driver. Don't hesitate to make small talk with the bus driver. Keep it brief and don't feel bad about doing a background check.

All parents know that children are a handful. They have so much energy that it can be tough to contain them and make them follow rules. Ask them what rules they learned on the bus, and make sure they are aware why they are in place. Many injuries come from poor posture of children who are in a bus accident.

The school won't want to pay the bill of injuries sustained from a school bus accident. Public schools are on a tight budget as it is, and paying out medical bills to families can certainly put them in the red. For this reason, parents need to consult a lawyer to see what their possible solutions are directly after the accident has occurred.

Research a school's history with school bus accidents and how they handled the situation. A school board that was slow to act on solving the problem that caused the accident should not be one that is entrusted with the safety of your child. If you don't have other choices for private or public schools, you can always make arrangements to take the child to school yourself or have a family member do it.

Lawyers know the specifics about school bus accidents, how they work, and what compensation is involved. Don't sit through months or a couple years of lawsuit cat and mouse games. Lawyers can help get quick verdicts, or even get a cash advance to cover any medical bills the child endured, including therapy with professionals that help talk children through the accident. Don't settle for less when it comes to the safety of your child.

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