Last Tuesday, a bus rear-ended a car on Interstate 75 in Ohio just south of Bowling Green. The auto accident occurred at around 10:30PM, according to reports. All five people in the car – including two infants – had to be taken to a local hospital. However, their injuries were reported as non-life-threatening.

A total of 29 people on the bus were injured; one passenger had to be taken to the hospital via helicopter. Police said the bus was transporting employees of the Consolidated Biscuit Company. Alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the accident. The underlying cause is still under investigation.

If another driver’s negligence has caused you serious injury, make sure you receive the full amount of compensation you deserve. Insurance companies will almost always offer you less money than you are really entitled to. Our experienced Columbus auto accident lawyers can help you understand the true value of your injury claim, and negotiate a fair settlement on your behalf.

Please contact Robert W. Kerpsack Co., L.P.A. today or call (614) 766-2000 to schedule a free case evaluation. We represent injured accident victims throughout Columbus, Dublin, New Albany, and all of Ohio.