9 Students Injured after 2 School Buses Crash in Wilmington, Delaware

A school bus with students onboard that was parked at the Maurice J. Moyer Charter Academy in Wilmington, Delaware was rear-ended by another school bus dropping off students the morning of November 17. According to ABC Local, 47 students from both buses were examined by paramedics. Nine students who complained of back and neck pain were taken to local hospitals for further treatment.

This school bus accident comes two weeks after another school bus accident in Delaware in which a bus crashed and flipped onto its side in Newcastle, injured thirty-seven students and a school aide.

Accidents involving students who are being transported for school-related events can be caused by distracted driving, inadequate vehicle maintenance, vehicle defects, poor road conditions, and other forms of negligence.

Parents of students injured in school bus accidents often feel angry that their child has been hurt in the hands of their school and can even feel overwhelmed regarding what should be done. School bus accident lawsuits are complex and may involve multiple parties that hold responsibility for the crash.

To ensure that your child is adequately compensated for their injuries and pain and suffering, you may want to contact a school bus accident attorney with years of experience handling these types of cases. At Anapol Weiss, our personal injury law firm has helped many bus accident injury victims obtain compensation from negligent parties. If you would like to learn more about your rights and legal options, we welcome your call. Contact us today at 1-866-735-2792 for a free consultation. We can help.

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