Two Students Hurt in Easley School Bus Accident

Two Students Hurt in Easley School Bus AccidentA school bus accident that occurred in Easley, South Carolina left two students with personal injuries. On Monday morning, around 7:30 am, a school bus carrying middle and high school students hit a passing truck after leaving an elementary school. It is suspected that the bus driver made an improper turn.

Since school buses are used on a regular basis, there is an increased risk of crashes taking place. In some cases, the bus driver may not have enough experience to safely and skillfully operate the bus or may speed or engage in reckless driving in order to reach their destination in time. Unfortunately, due to the lack of air bags contained in a bus, the occupants may sustain a range of injuries and potential fatalities, too.

If you or your loved ones have been injured in a bus accident, our Columbia personal injury lawyers at Chappell Smith & Arden, P.A. will fight for you. You may schedule a free consultation by calling 803-929-3600 or 866-881-8623 or contact us online. With offices located throughout South Carolina, we serve clients in Lexington County, Richland County, Sumter County, Aiken County, Florence County, Lancaster County, York County, Orangeburg County, Kershaw County, and Newberry County, including those in the towns of Columbia, Lexington, Irmo, Chapin, Rock Hill, Aiken, Sumter, Newberry, Florence, and Spartanburg.