Orange, NJ – Woman Struck in Transit Bus Accident at Newark Penn StationNew Jersey Legal News
Orange, NJ (June 28, 2019) – On Thursday morning, June 27th, police claim that a woman was struck in a bus accident involving an NJ Transit Bus at a local station.
According to authorities, the bus was pulling away from the stop at the Newark Penn Station in West Orange.
Police claim that, for reasons that are not yet known, the woman had been running alongside the bus when she was struck. NJ Transit Officials have been working with police to determine the exact cause of the accident.
The woman was injured in the accident and hospitalized, though her condition is not yet known.
The investigation into the accident is ongoing at this time.
We would like to extend our thoughts to the party recovering from her injuries.
Bus Accidents in New Jersey
Buses are a type of transportation governed under what is known as “common carrier” law. A common carrier is a type of transportation that takes individuals from one place to another for a fee and special rules and regulations apply to these cases. If you have been harmed in a bus accident in New Jersey, you might be in need of the assistance of a skilled and dedicated personal injury attorney during this difficult time.
At Brady, Brady & Reilly, we understand how physically and emotionally exhausting it can be to come to terms with a serious accident. Being injured can leave you feeling helpless as you face the reality that you might not be able to return to work right away or pay your medical bills that keep piling up. Because of this, you need assistance from a trusted legal advocate. Contact us as soon as possible at (201) 997-0030.
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