We Represent Clients Injured In Montana Bus & Train Accidents

If you were in a bus or train accident or some other type of large vehicle crash, you have likely gone through a traumatic, life-changing event. You may never feel safe again riding in this type of transportation, besides trying to recover from the injuries you sustained. Even though the incident is called an “accident,” someone is still liable for causing injury and damages to others and needs to be held accountable.

Experienced Representation For Serious Crashes And Collisions

At Paoli Law Firm, P.C. in Missoula, Montana, we’re experienced trial lawyers. Our founder, attorney David R. Paoli, was named to the Top 100 Trial Lawyers listing by the National Trial Lawyers. We’ve been helping clients seek justice from careless and reckless parties for 30 years. We can assist you in investigating who is to blame for the mayhem and which parties to pursue to pay for your injuries and other damages. We will aggressively seek justice in your case.

Call us to request a free, initial consultation at 406-542-3330 or 800-332-4308.

What Causes Bus And Train Accidents?

When a large commercial vehicle such as a train or bus gets into a crash, usually the vehicle is carrying many passengers who could have been injured or even killed.

Some of the reasons these wrecks may occur are:

  • Equipment malfunction or lack of safety checks before large commercial vehicles like buses and trains are put back in use
  • Inexperienced or poorly trained drivers
  • Operator error
  • Railroad’s infrastructure in need of repair
  • Drivers not adjusting speed to road or rail conditions
  • Another negligent party causing an accident with the bus or train you were riding

No matter what caused the accident, the negligent party should be responsible for their actions or inaction. Experienced and knowledgeable legal counsel can assist you in filing your claim and pursuing damages from those responsible for your injuries.

Call To Request A Free Consultation

Contact our law office by sending us an email, or call us at 406-542-3330 or 800-332-4308 to find out more about what our firm can do in your case.