School Bus Violations Endanger Students

A new report conducted by the Maryland State Department of Education reveals that far too many motorists are not stopping when school buses are either picking up or dropping off students. All motorists are responsible for following the rules of the road, which includes stopping when school bus lights are flashing and the stop arm » Read More


Establishing Responsibility for Fatal 2016 Bus Accident  

In November 2016, a Baltimore school bus crashed into an MTA bus, fatally injuring six and injuring dozens more. A federal investigation revealed that the school bus driver had a history of seizures, which should have prevented him from being hired in the first place.  While the school district claims that they have implemented additional » Read More


Audit of School Bus System  

School bus drivers have the important job of making sure that children travel to and from school safely. If a bus driver has a history of drug or alcohol use, or a health issue that affects their ability to safely operate the bus, it can seriously jeopardize the safety of every child. After a 2016 » Read More


Too Many Drivers Pass School Buses Illegally

When approaching a school bus that has stopped and has flashing red lights on, cars traveling in the same direction are prohibited from passing the bus until the flashing lights are turned off. Cars approaching from the opposite direction must also stop, unless there is a physical barrier, such as a median. Unfortunately, too many » Read More


Baltimore Bus Accident Lawyers: Bus Driver had History of Accidents

When you put your child on a school bus, you are entrusting their safety to the bus driver. If the driver has a history of car accidents, or a health condition that affects his or her ability to safely operate a bus, he or she should not be given the responsibility of transporting children to » Read More