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What If I Slip and Fall on a Bus?
What If I Slip and Fall on a Bus?

Bus crashes may be less common than car accidents , but many people slip and fall on public transit, tour buses, and other large vehicles. If this happens to you, don’t be afraid to ask questions. Often, bus companies are responsible for spills, maintenance issues, and other ...

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