A school bus driver sustains injuries after crashing a school bus into a tree near 1625 Kentview NE in Grand Rapids, Michigan

Modified Date: 
Tue, 10/06/2015 - 10:34am
Accident Date: 
Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Bus driver injured after hitting tree

They were taken off the bus and taken to school in another vehicle.
A Grand Rapids school bus driver sustained injuries after crashing into a tree Tuesday morning. The accident occured near 1625 Kentview NE when the bus tires spun out due to wet leaves on the ground, sending the bus into a tree. The two students on the bus, special need students, were not hurt. The students were taken to school in a different vehicle.  What you need to know after a serious Michigan car accident When someone has been seriously injured in a car accident, they are often faced with unexpected medical costs, lost wages and other losses. Injuries can be permanent and medical treatment may be extensive. In the days, weeks, and months following a car crash, injured people and their families often struggle to manage day-to-day life and can be overwhelmed. After a serious or fatal collision, it is important to quickly get the information necessary to make good decisions and begin moving toward recovery. Getting appropriate medical treatment is just one aspect of healing. Getting assistance in handling the insurance claim that will begin financial recovery is another. If the injuries are significant or if you have questions about what you should do, it is best to contact an experienced Michigan car accident attorney for a free, no-obligation consultation. Serious accidents are difficult to handle without the assistance of a lawyer who understands the process, knows how to negotiate with an insurance adjuster, and can obtain the highest possible settlement so that you can recover financially from the car accident. Learn more about auto accident claims here.
Type: Bus Accident
Topics: 
School Bus

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