For almost fifty North Texas residents and their families, two weeks ago marked a turning point in their lives. With the unexpected roll of a charter bus, they now face physical pain and emotional suffering as the result of someone else’s poor decisions. It’s unfortunate and unfair, yes, but it may also be a violation of their legal rights.
If you or your loved one was injured in the Cardinal Coach Lines Inc. accident in early April, it may be time to sit down with the attorneys and dedicated professionals at Fears | Nachawati to find out whether a negligence action is right for you – and what you may able to expect as a result. Under Texas law, all citizens have a right not to experience harm as a result of someone else’s carelessness. Was the injury you sustained a violation of your rights? Texas negligence law may hold the answer to this question.
The classic parameters of a negligence cause of action are duty, breach, cause and harm. Take the owners and operators of Cardinal Coach Lines Inc., for example. As the operator of the bus, Cardinal Coach Lines Inc. has a duty to act reasonably as the provider of transportation services to foreseeable parties, such as passengers. Did Cardinal breach this duty? Did that breach cause the harm experienced by the passengers? If a jury were to find the answer to each of these questions was yes, then the defendant may be liable for the victim’s pain and suffering.
To find out the answers to your questions, talk to our professionals. For your free consultation, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1.866.705.7584. We can help you.