Dispatcher Blamed for Lethal Bus Accident in North Carolina

Posted on Mar 17, 2012 4:00pm PDT

News sources say that a dispatcher from North Carolina is being blamed for the deaths of four passengers. Based on his actions while working, he now faces four counts of involuntary manslaughter. Federal authorities brought their case against Z.J.C., 40, before a judge in Virginia this week. They state that the defendant ordered a bus driver to keep driving even after the driver told him that he was too tired to continue. As a result, the driver swerved off the road and the bus flipped over.

Four people lost their lives during the accident: K.B.D., 46; S.G.G., 63; J.F., 78 and D.E.M., 25. Additionally, a total of 54 other people were injured. Have you recently been injured in an accident? If so, you may be eligible to file a personal injury lawsuit to seek monetary damages for thing such as your medical bills and emotional trauma. To learn more about filing a claim, contact the Lanier Law Group, P.A. now and arrange a time to speak with a North Carolina personal injury attorney from our office. We will evaluate your case and tell you what legal options you have as an accident victim.

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