Wyoming, MI (September 13, 2023) – On Wednesday, a vehicle reportedly collided with a Grand Rapids-area transit bus in Wyoming, injuring two passengers.
The Wyoming Division of Public Safety said that it occurred about 4:25 p.m. Police say a speeding vehicle was traveling through the Kelloggsville High School parking lot before crashing into a Rapid bus on Division Avenue. Wyoming DPS says two persons on the bus had minor injuries.
There were no reported injuries at the high school, though EMTs assessed a few other victims on the scene, per local news footage.
Officials have not released any information on what caused the accident or the total number of victims involved, but their investigation is ongoing in the meantime. Witnesses with additional details on the crash were asked to get in touch with the Wyoming DPS or Wyoming Police Department.
Our thoughts go out to the injured victims and their loved ones. We hope for their complete recovery at this time.
Motor Vehicle Accidents in Detroit
In the United States, there is a car accident every ten seconds, as per the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The majority of personal injury claims evaluated by our courts these days are vehicle accidents, which should come as no surprise considering the depressing statistics we’ve seen in Michigan and around the country.
It is advisable that you see a lawyer after a car accident, even if you believe your injuries are minor and the circumstances surrounding the collision are straightforward. Research indicates that plaintiffs with lawyers representing them get larger damages, notwithstanding victims’ concerns that paying for legal counsel may deplete their finances. The majority of personal injury attorneys take cases on a contingent fee basis, which means they only get compensated if their client wins.
In a number of different scenarios, obtaining legal counsel often proves to be advantageous for the victims affected. Your attorney will negotiate on your behalf with the insurance company and any other parties involved. You may rely on your attorney to thoroughly examine your case, determine the parties who are at blame, and present an explanation for the compensation you feel you are entitled to get. Two probable next steps in this course of action are conducting interviews with prospective witnesses and gathering pertinent information first.
Our firm is better equipped to understand and sympathize with the effect each client’s injuries have had on their day-to-day existence since we get to know them personally. If you were hurt in a vehicle accident that wasn’t your fault and you reside in the Detroit area, get in touch with Christopher Trainor & Associates. For a free first consultation with one of our knowledgeable Detroit personal injury attorneys, give us a call at (248) 886-8650.
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