Based on the work we have done in our lawsuit filed against Greyhound in Texas on behalf of a passenger injured in the October 9, 2013 crash, we believe this is going to be a very costly accident for the company.
Based on our law firm's investigation of the I 80 crash, we believe it's very likely that Greyhound will be found 100% at fault for causing this crash. Therefore, the compensation Greyhound will have to pay will be based largely on how badly each person was hurt.
Generally, the injured Greyhound passengers will be entitled to compensation for the following:
- Costs for medical treatment
- Life care plan
- Lost wages
- Physical impairment
- Physical pain
For the passengers with the most catastrophic injuries, their compensation may reach amounts of $10,000,000, $15,000,000, $20,000,000, or even more. Every case is different, and is based on the injuries suffered by each passenger.
After all is said and done, it seems likely that Greyhound will have to pay over $100,000,000 to satisfy the claims of all of the passengers injured in the I 80 Pennsylvania crash, as well as the wrongful death claim.
Greyhound knows this. And this is why the company is busy contacting all of the passengers and trying to convince them not to hire a lawyer.
Don't go it alone against Greyhound - hire an experienced attorney to help you.