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It’s happened again!

Students burned on a Thomas Built school bus.

This latest incident happened yesterday in Lugoff, SC near Columbia. The bus had 46 people on board – most of them soccer players. Reports indicate the radiator failed and students described a hot liquid coming down the aisle. Several had to be treated for burns including one who ended up at the Augusta Burn Center. Take a look at the video linked below. Then check back to our website for more information on this…and other, similar cases.

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We have got to stop our children being at risk for this kind of injury. We have had several similar cases in North Carolina. But the laws in North Carolina do not allow for a legal case against Thomas Built, the bus manufacturer, to go forward. However, South Carolina law is different and a case there could hold Thomas Built accountable and prevent other kids – in any part of the country – from being burned.

If you or someone you know has been injured in an incident similar to this, please feel free to contact us at 704-296-0055 or simply complete the “Contact Us” form on this website.

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The Law Offices of William K. Goldfarb

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