Aurora Bus Accident Lawyer

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Aurora Bus Accident Attorney

Injured In A Bus Accident?

You put your life in someone else’s hands every time you board a bus. If you are injured in an accident, you may not be aware of the steps you need to take to receive compensation for your medical bills, lost wages and other damages.

At the Law Office of Anna L. Burr in Aurora, Colorado, we will give you the support you need. From the beginning of your case until it is resolved by settlement or verdict, we will be with you every step of the way. We represent victims of bus accidents throughout the Denver metropolitan area.

Special Rules Apply to Bus Accident Cases

Special rules apply to bus accident cases. For example:

  • If you were injured on a city bus, you must file notice of your injury claim to the proper city agency within six months. If you miss that deadline, you will lose your right to recover compensation.
  • If you were injured by a private bus, you have up to three years to file an injury claim. However, waiting too long can be costly. Bus companies may go out of business. If multiple people were injured, the company’s insurance policy may be exhausted.

As former insurance company defense lawyers, we have the experience to protect your rights and ensure you receive all of the compensation you are due. We work hard, we work smart, we work for you.

Call Now for a Free Attorney Consultation

If you feel intimated by the financial side of a lawsuit, don’t be. I do not collect unless I win your case. Plus, your initial consultation is completely free, no strings attached. There is no risk. At least take the time to sit down with me and review the case to learn where you stand, what steps you need to take and how soon you need to take them. To get started, you can call me at 720-500-2076 or contact me online. I look forward to working with you.


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