A Houston Bus Accident Lawyer Who Understands What Victims Are Going Through

Bus accidents involving commercial buses, school buses and private buses can often result in serious injuries. And it's not just the people on the bus who are at risk. It's the other people on the road in other vehicles. Due to the large size of many buses, car accident injuries can often be extremely serious if a bus hits a passenger vehicle.

There are so many factors to consider after a bus accident. Was the bus driver properly licensed? Did the driver fall asleep at the wheel? Was he or she drunk? All of these questions - and many more - need to be answered. That's why you need someone who knows where to look to get accurate information. You need someone who's not afraid to ask tough questions. You need someone who then knows how to assemble all this data into a strong, solid case designed to get you the compensation you rightfully deserve. You need the Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood.

Serving clients in Houston, Galveston and throughout Texas, a bus accident attorney at the Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood is prepared to fight for you. The firm understands all the regulations governing bus companies and auto accidents. The know how to produce results. Discover what the Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood can do for you. Call (800) 632-9404 and schedule a free case evaluation today.

A no-nonsense Galveston bus accident lawyer who holds people accountable

You need an experienced Galveston bus accident lawyer. Many personal injury cases often seem straightforward. But as we know very well, most cases turn out to be much more complicated. Insurance companies are often to blame. That's because the insurance companies often focused on one thing: paying people as little as possible for their injuries.

Expect more. Contact the Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood. A Galveston bus accident attorney can work with you to build a strong case designed to cover the true cost of your accident. Serving all of Texas, the lawyers don't take a cookie cutter approach to cases. They listen to clients' needs, and then offer honest answers and helpful advice so people can make informed choices about what to do. They're not out to trick anyone into hiring them. They're on your side. Your case matters to them.