Deadliest Bus Crash in Decades Kills Thirteen

December 26, 2016 | Product Liability

A tour bus crash was one of the deadliest in decades and claimed the lives of 13 people.

A wrongful death lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court against a well-known bus company and the estate of the deceased bus driver. The suit alleges the driver failed to apply his brakes to avoid the crash, the bus was not properly maintained, and the driver was speeding just prior to the accident.

More than 45 people were riding the tour bus the day of the accident when the bus collided with an 18-wheeler on I-10 near Palm Springs. The bus was heading back from the Red Earth Casino.

According to the investigation of the wreck, launched by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the bus was not in compliance with vehicle safety standards – two of eight tires did not have sufficient tread to be considered safe. The NTSB investigation was not the only one to try to find out what happened. Attorneys for the families filing lawsuits also began independent investigations in the hopes to expose an allegedly poorly regulated industry.

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