Hood V. Greyhound Bus Death And Injury Cases In Tennessee & Georgia

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About This Case

In October of 2001, six (6) people were killed and numerous others were injured when a bus crashed in Tennessee after the driver was attacked by one of its passengers.
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We were hired by the families of the three passengers who died in the crash. Although many other lawyers thought we would not be able to prove that the bus company was at fault, through use of very aggressive discovery tactics, we uncovered evidence that during the five (5) previous years, the company’s bus drivers had been attacked by passengers at a rate of at least once per month.

Despite these attacks, the company negligently failed to provide a shield which would have prevented passengers from reaching and being able to attack its drivers.

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