Poor Weather May Have Led to San Antonio School Bus Accident

by J. Gonzalez Injury Attorneys | March 10th, 2016 | Auto Accident

Just like everything else in life, the weather can play a huge role in what we do or how we go about our day. Occasionally, the climate will give us trouble on the road. A school bus outside of San Antonio recently discovered just how dangerous streets can be when Mother Nature doesn’t create the safest driving conditions.

If you or your children were involved in a collision where someone else was at fault, contact us immediately. We will do everything possible to help you and your family.

Scene of the Crash

On Wednesday, March 9th, a San Antonio area school bus was traveling west on Interstate 10 when it fishtailed, flipped on its side and landed along a tree line on the side of the road. It was carrying special needs children to another local high school. Wet conditions are believed to have led to the accident.

Also riding on the bus that day were a school monitor and two high school-aged students. The driver and monitor suffered minor injuries not considered life-threatening. Thankfully, none of the children were injured.

Legal Help When You Need It

This accident could have been much worse. The J Gonzalez Law Firm knows broken bone, scrapes and bruises can result from an accident, but a victim can also suffer financially. Medical bills can pile up and your credit can suffer.

Don’t let this happen to you. Our team will let you know the best course of action in any personal or commercial lawsuit. Call our main office in McAllen at 956.630.6700 if you happen to find yourself in an accident where someone else was at fault.


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