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Texas Mexico Charter Bus Crash Lawyer And Texas International Charter Bus Crash Lawyer Handles Texas to Mexico Charter Bus Crash Lawsuits, United States Charter Bus Crash Lawsuits, Deadly Charter Bus Crash Lawsuits, International Charter Bus Crash Lawsuits, and Texas Bus Collision Injury Lawsuits by Texas to Mexico Charter Crash Lawyer and Texas International Charter Bus Crash Lawyer Jason S. Coomer 

International charter bus accident injury lawsuits, Texas to Mexico charter bus passenger injury lawsuits, and other International charter bus crash injury lawsuits are unique types of lawsuits that typically require an international charter bus injury lawyer that is familiar with bus accident investigation as well as the potential defendants and jurisdictional issues that arise from an international charter bus crash.  If you have a question about a Texas to Mexico Charter Crash Injury Lawsuit, Texas Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawsuit, or International Charter Bus Accident Injury Lawyer  submit an inquiry or send an e-mail to Texas to Mexico Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawyer and International Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawyer Jason Coomer.

If you or a loved on have been injured in a Texas to Mexico charter bus crash, international charter bus crash, or other charter bus crash, it is important to contact a  Texas to Mexico Charter Crash Injury Lawyer or International Charter Bus Accident Injury Lawyer to investigate your potential Texas to Mexico Charter Crash Injury Lawsuit, Texas Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawsuit, or International Charter Bus Accident Injury Lawsuit.  

News Articles Regarding International Charter Bus Accidents, Mexico to Texas Charter Bus Accidents, Charter Bus Injured Passengers, Bus Wreck Injuries, International Bus Collisions, Defective Charter Buses Cause Crashes, Bus Safety Violations, and Deadly Reckless Bus Drivers

As safety violations rise in an era of transportation deregulation, strong economic pressures, careless drivers, negligent pilots, over worked air traffic controllers, and corporate greed, more and more fatal tourist accidents are occurring including tour bus accidents, tour van accidents, bus carrier accidents, air carrier accidents, tourist bus crashes, tour bus rollover accidents, regional bus carrier accidents, and other travel accidents.  Below are some news stories on fatal tour accidents and bus accidents: 

Americanos USA Mexico-Bound Bus Crashes in Texas Killing 2 Passengers and Injuring Several Other Passengers

A Texas to Mexico Bus crashed in Campbellton, Atacosa County, Texas on Interstate 37 killing two passengers and injuring over 30 passengers.  The bus was owned by Americanos USA, a subsidiary of Dallas-based Greyhound Lines Inc.  Americanos is said to have a good federal safety record, even though the company's vehicles were involved in 10 accidents in three states in the proceeding 30 months prior to this accident.  Americanos had approximately 137 motor coaches in service at the time of the accident.  According to the NTSB, Americanos has been involved in one accident for every 13 buses in service. By comparison, Greyhound has been involved in one accident for every eight buses in service.

"The NTSB has long advocated that motor coaches include seat belts and other occupational safety devices, but the recommendations have yet to be turned into law, in part because of strong lobbying by bus companies."  The lack of seat belts and other safety devices on charter-buses make them extremely dangerous when they are in a crash or flip over.  Passengers in these bus can be thrown several feet causing serious injuries or even death.

This Americanos USA bus was headed from Texas to the Mexican border city of Matamoros at the time of the bus crash. 


Houston-bound Mexico Charter-Bus Crash in Victoria Texas Kills One and Send Several Passengers to the Hospital

Investigators are seeking answers to determine the cause of a fatal bus injury accident in south Texas.  This Mexico charter-bus injury accident killed one person and injured dozens of others.  The charter-bus from Houston from Monterrey, Mexico, overturned on U.S. 59. According to witnesses and DPS officials, it appears that a fatigued bus driver overcorrected after the bus veered off the road.  This overcorrection caused the charter-bus to land on its side.

The charter-bus was owned by Capricorn Bus Lines Inc. and under lease to International Charter Services Inc. These Mexico charter-bus trips are common and many bus companies provide charter-bus trips to Mexico from Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and other parts of Texas and the United States. 

In the aftermath of the charter-bus injury accident 20 passengers were admitted to the hospital several in serious condition and another 24 people were brought to Citizens Medical Center in Victoria to be examines.  One of the more critically injured passengers has to be airlifted to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio and two passengers were airlifted to Wilford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio.

In addition to the Victoria bus-charter crash, a Greyhound slammed into a tractor-trailer and plunged down an embankment on the same day. 


Safety Officers not on Duty when Unsage Bus that Caused a Fatal Accident entered Texas and the United States

"A federal transportation official said no Texas or U.S. motor safety officers were on duty when an unsafe bus crossed the border hours before a fatal crash. National Transportation Safety Board investigator Pete Kotowski spoke at a hearing Tuesday exploring the January crash near Victoria, Texas, that killed one man. The bus was carrying 46 passengers.

Kotowski said the bus was checked by customs and border officers when it came into the United States at a Laredo, Texas, crossing. It was returning to Houston from Monterrey, Mexico.

Bus owner Capricorn Bus Lines Inc. of Houston wasn't allowed to operate buses outside Texas. This bus could travel to Mexico because it was leased to International Charter Services Inc., also of Houston."


Federal Investigation of Houston-based Charter Bus Crash Uncovers Parts Scheme 

"A federal investigation into the crash of a Houston-based charter bus has revealed what is believed to be a scheme to move Mexican-made motor coaches illegally into the U.S. through Texas using a Dallas-based firm, a member of the National Transportation Safety Board told the Houston Chronicle."

 

Charter Bus Company Offers No Explanation for Hiring Driver with DWIs

"Officials from a charter bus company could not explain why they hired the driver now being investigated in a fatal bus accident despite his three prior convictions for drunken driving.  Baltazar Flores Jr., of Houston-based Capricorn Bus Lines, said yesterday the company doesn't hire unsafe drivers."  The bus company officials could not say why the company hired a bus driver that had three convictions for drunken driving.

The charter bus was traveling to Houston from Monterrey, Mexico when the driver misjudged a curve and lost control of the vehicle near Victoria.  During the bus crash the bus turned over on its side killing one man and causing a female passenger to lose her arm.

Normally, bus companies examine a drivers' records and have them undergo physicals and drug testing during the hiring process.  Failure to follow these procedures can all unsafe and reckless drivers behind the wheel of large buses resulting in devastating bus accidents.  


Feds had eye on Sky Express before Tuesday's deadly bus crash: US regulators had begun work to suspend operations of the Sky Express bus line even before a company bus flipped over Tuesday on an interstate highway in Virginia, killing four.
The Christian Science Monitor
By Patrik Jonsson, Staff writer / June 1, 2011

In May 2011, a deadly bus crash in Virgina, killed four people and injured several others.  The bus company had been under investigation by the US Department of Transportation for safety violations and was quickly shut down after the the deadly but crash.

The number of bus crashes involving low cost regional bus carriers have been increasing including at least four deadly crashes that have occurred in 2011 involving cut-rate regional bus carriers.  According to an excellent article by Patrick Jonsson, deregulation of the bus and transportation safety have resulted in increased safety violations that have resulted in more transportation accidents including fatal bus accidents.  


International Charter Bus Crash Kill 8 American Tourists in Egypt Crash
 

Eight American tourists were killed in a tour bus crash in December 2010.  The fatal tour bus accident occurred in southern Egypt on Sunday, killing eight American tourists and injuring 21 others.  This is the latest fatal crash involving tourists in Egypt.

"Road accidents are common in Egypt because of bad roads and poor enforcement of traffic rules, and crashes involving tour groups are not uncommon. An estimated 8,000 people die in car accidents annually in Egypt."

"Last month, eight foreign tourists were killed when their tour bus lost control and flipped over several times on a winding mountain road near a resort on Egypt's Red Sea coast, while in October six Belgian tourists were killed in a crash in the south."


International Charter Bus Crash Injure 40 Passengers and Kill 8 Passengers in Egypt
 

In Egypt, a tour bus crash near Hurghada killed eight tourists and injured 40 tourist. The bus rollover crash happened on a winding mountain road and it is reported that the bus driver lost control of the bus when he was speeding through the mountains.


International Charter Bus Crash Injures 13 Passengers and Kills 8 Passengers in Morocco
 

Eight Portuguese tourists were killed and 13 wounded in fatal tour bus accident in September 2010 in Morocco.  It is reported that the tourist bus accidentally overturned because of excessive speed, but authorities are still investigating potential other causes of the accident including bus maintenance issues and driver negligence.  The bus was traveling from the Spanish enclave of Ceuta towards the Moroccan city of Tetouan when the accident occurred near the Errifiyyines area. "


International Charter Bus Crash Injures 37 Passengers and Kills 12 Passengers in Egypt
 

Seven tourists from the Netherlands, Russia and Ukraine, and five Egyptians were killed in a deadly bus crash in September 2008 when a delivery truck collided with a bus carrying European and Russian tourists in Egypt's Sinai peninsula.  Another 37 tourist were wounded. The fatal bus crash occurred near the Red Sea resort town of Ras Sadr.  "Egypt has a history of serious crashes because of speeding and poor road conditions. At least 8,000 people were killed in 2006 accidents."

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As a Texas Charter Bus, Passenger Van, Shuttle, Helicopter, charter airplane, and Bus Accident Lawyer, Jason Coomer works on Texas Accident Injury Lawsuits and Texas Accident Death Lawsuits all over the State of Texas and in conjuncture with other lawyers throughout the United States.   

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Vacation Plane Crashes, Tourist Charter Flight Crashes, and other Tourist Aircraft Accidents are often the result of pilot error, defective maintenance, or defective aircraft.  Plane Crash Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer investigates fatal accidents and works with plane crash litigation teams including flight crash investigation professionals and lawyers throughout the nation and the World.  For more information on  Vacation Plane Crash Lawsuits, Tourist Charter Flight Crash Lawsuits, and Tourist Aircraft Accident Lawsuit, please go to the following Tourist Plane Crash Lawsuit, Tourist Charter Flight Crash Lawsuit, Tourist Airplane Crash Lawsuit Information page.

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Texas Bus Accident Injury Lawyer, Jason Coomer handles Texas bus accident injury lawsuits, Mexico charter-bus crash injury lawsuits, and passenger death bus accident lawsuits.  His firm and the bus accident lawyers that he commonly works handle bus accident injury lawsuits throughout Texas and the United States.  For more information on Texas Bus Accident Injury Lawsuits, Texas Bus Crash Injury Lawsuits, Texas Bus Wreck Lawsuits, Texas Bus Crash Death Lawsuits, Texas Bus Company Accident Lawsuits, and Texas Bus Lawsuits, please go to the following web page on Texas Bus Accident Injury Lawsuit, Texas Bus Crash Injury Lawsuit, Texas Bus Wreck Lawsuit, Texas Bus Crash Death Lawsuit, Texas Bus Company Accident Lawsuit, and Texas Bus Lawsuit Information.

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Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards set minimum performance requirements for those vehicle parts that protect drivers and passengers from death or serious injury in the event of a crash (air bags, safety belts, child restraints, energy absorbing steering columns, motorcycle helmets).  These vehicle performance requirements, defective automobile crashworthiness lawsuits, manufacturer safety policies, and the investigation efforts of the The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are important to identify unsafe vehicles with defective airbags, defective seat belts, defective child restraints, defective roof design, defective designs that cause vehicle fires, and defective designs that cause vehicle rollovers.  For more information Deadly Passenger Van Lawsuits, Ford Van Lawsuits, Chrysler Van Lawsuits, and Van Rollover Lawsuits, please go to the following web page, Deadly Passenger Van Lawsuits and Ford Rollover Crash Lawsuits and Defective Vehicle Lawsuits.  For more information on Fatal Passenger Van Rollover Lawsuits, School Van Lawsuits, Church Van Lawsuits, and Tourist Van Lawsuits, please go to the following web pages, Passenger Van Rollover Lawsuits (Church, School & Tourist Vans) and Travel Van Lawsuits and Tourist Van Lawsuits

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As a United States Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawyer, Jason Coomer, works on Texas Charter Bus Accident Injury Lawsuits, Texas to Mexico Bus Crash Lawsuits, and International Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawsuits involving bus passengers that have suffered serious injuries in the State of Texas as well as throughout the United States and the World.  In working on International Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawsuits, Jason Coomer commonly works with other Texas to Mexico Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawyers, United States to Mexico Charter Bus Crash Death Lawyers, and International Charter Crash Injury Lawyers throughout Texas, the United States, and the World including Houston Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawyers, Dallas Charter Bus Wreck Injury Lawyers, El Paso Charter Bus Crash Lawyers, Laredo Charter Bus Wreck Injury Lawyers, Victoria Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawyers, and San Antonio Charter Bus Accident Injury Lawyers.

In working with other Fatal Tourist Accident Lawyers and Fatal Tourist Bus Accident Lawyers, he is able to more efficiently investigate and litigate catastrophic injury and fatal automobile crash and deadly bus wreck lawsuits that are caused by careless travel companies, careless bus companies, negligent drivers, negligent pilots, defectively designed buses and other careless businesses and people that have caused a fatal tourist accident or fatal tourist bus accident.

Texas to Mexico Bus Company Charter Accident Lawsuits, Texas Charter Bus Company Lawsuits, Texas Bus Company Lawsuits, Texas Bus Company Poor Maintenance Accident Lawsuits, and Texas Bus Driver Negligence Collision Lawsuits

There are numerous bus companies that provide bus and shuttle services that charter buses and provide bus travel through the state of Texas and through the United States.  Some of these companies include: Arrow Trailways of Texas, Star Shuttle & Charter, River City Coaches, Lone Star Bus Lines Inc. Trailways, Greyhound Lines Inc., El Expresso Bus Company/A Coach USA Co., Eagle Tours Inc., Daisy Tours/Conventions San Antonio, Coach USA/Gray Line of San Antonio & Austin, Coach USA Inc., Coach USA Houston/Gray Line of Houston, Coach USA Dallas, Central West of Texas Inc., Central Texas Trails Inc., ACH Travel & Tours Inc., and Star Shuttle & Charter.

Most of these bus and shuttle services provide safe travel for there passengers, but occasionally a negligent driver or negligent maintenance workers on the buses or shuttles will cause serious accidents or collisions that result in bus passengers or shuttle passengers suffering catastrophic injuries or deadly injuries.  In these situations, it is important to thoroughly investigate the cause of the bus or shuttle accident to determine the cause of the shuttle or bus collision.  Not only is it important to determine the cause of the shuttle or bus accident for any potential bus accident or shuttle accident lawsuit, but also to make sure that similar fatal bus accidents, catastrophic injury bus accidents, fatal shuttle accidents, or catastrophic injury bus accidents do not happen again.

Because of the large sizes of buses and shuttles, it is extremely important that they be well maintained and operated safely.  Safe operation of buses not only is important to protect the shuttle and bus passengers, but also other drivers and vehicle passengers on roads and highways as well as pedestrians, bicyclists, runners, and people on a motorcycle or in a much smaller vehicle.  The damage that a large out of control bus can do to a person including a bus passenger, bus driver, shuttle passenger, cyclist, pedestrian, or passengers in other vehicles can cause serious injuries, catastrophic damages, and even death.

Because of the large potential damages and injuries that a shuttle or bus accident can cause, bus and shuttle charter companies are required to carry insurance to cover potential damages that they could cause in a bus or shuttle accident.  As such, it is important to have a Texas Shuttle or Bus Accident Lawyer that is able to understand different potential insurance coverages as well as how to deal with insurance adjusters and how to litigate a catastrophic injury or fatal bus accident law suit.

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Texas to Mexico Charter Bus Crash Injury lawyer and International Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer, helps individuals that have been seriously injured and the families of people that have been killed as a result of negligent charter bus companies, negligent charter bus companies, careless charter bus drivers, defective charter buses, and improper maintenance on charter buses.  If you have a question about a Texas to Mexico charter bus crash injury lawsuit, Mexico to Texas charter bus crash injury lawsuit, or other international charter bus accident injury lawsuit, feel free to contact Texas to Mexico Charter Bus Crash Injury Lawyer and International Charter Bus Accident Injury Lawyer Jason Coomer.

 

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