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Bus Accidents

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Bus crashes are often quite different from car crashes.

In many cases, it’s because of the obvious reasons: Buses are heavier, are generally more difficult to navigate, and carry many passengers and most often do not have seat belts. Some types of buses routinely travel great distances and need regular maintenance.

A major factor in bus crashes is industry regulation – or, rather, lack of regulation – as with tour and charter buses. For many years, federal safety regulations have not required the installation of seatbelts on these types of buses, even though doing so would save lives.

Most buses are now equipped with cameras.  If you are injured in a bus accident it is very important that you notify the bus driver immediately.  Next it is of utmost importance that the video be preserved, in order to ensure that this happens call NPN Law immediately and we will take the necessary steps to preserve the video evidence.

If you are injured on a public bus there will often be a very short statute of limitations and you should not delay in seeking an attorney to handle your case.

Other Practice Areas

Health & Safety Code Violations

If you are a tenant that lives in a unit which has violations from government agencies, you may have a claim against your landlord for collecting rent while these violations persist.  At NPN Law we routinely represent tenants who live in residences which have been violated by health, housing, building and safety departments.   We can help to subpoena these files from government agencies so that the tenant is aware of the problems with the rental unit. 

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Unpermitted Units

Prior to renting a unit the unit must have a certificate of occupancy. Common examples of unpermitted units include: Converted garages, Converted closets, Unpermitted building additions. If you live in any of these types of units you may be entitled to a return of the rent that you have paid. 

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Retaliatory Eviction

It is illegal for a landlord to retaliate against a tenant for exerting their legal rights such as complaining to a government agency regarding the conditions of the tenant’s residence. If you have complained to your landlord or a government agency regarding the conditions of your residence and the landlord has thereafter sought to evict you contact NPN Law to protect your rights.   You may be entitled to damages for the landlord’s retaliation.

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