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Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Hawaii Pedestrian Killed after Bus Accident
In the early morning on June 8, 2009 a Honolulu, Hawaii woman died after being involved in a school bus accident. The woman was crossing the street when the school bus hit her and killed her at the scene.
Police have not said if children were on the bus at the time of the pedestrian accident, but the intersection had to be closed to thru traffic. The bus driver is in his 30s, and there is no information about his past driving experience.
Pedestrian accidents involving a wrongful death like this involve many different parties and can be very difficult to handle without an experienced pedestrian accident attorney. Your pedestrian accident attorney will work with insurance companies, hospitals and authorities to determine who is at fault for the accident.
With accidents like this, the bus driver, school that hired the bus driver, or the bus mechanic could be at fault for the pedestrian accident. With a pedestrian accident lawsuit, you can recover compensation for injuries you or a loved one has suffered.
If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a pedestrian accident, please contact an experienced accident attorney today to schedule an initial consultation.
posted by Evan Langsted at 8:43 AM
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