William speaks with WSOC on Thursday, August 13th about the safety of Union County school buses following the antifreeze explosion during the last school session. WSOC reports that Union County has repaired all of their buses with this issue. They also report on the repair status of similar buses in other counties.
WKG-Law sought out by local media to provide insight into school bus in Lugoff, SC, where several students were burned.
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If you or someone you know was on board that school bus in Lugoff, SC, where several students were burned, you’ll want to pay close attention to this.
Our law firm was sought out by local media to provide insight into this case. That’s because of our firm’s past involvement with similar cases. In fact, we recently successfully settled a case in North Carolina involving a little girl who was burned under very similar circumstances. In the Lugoff incident a little over a week ago, several students suffered serious injuries by what appeared to be hot coolant leaking into the cabin.
It’s not the first time it’s happened and, unless we do something, it may not be the last. If you know someone who was on that Lugoff bus, we’d like to hear from you. Call the Law Offices of William K. Goldfarb at 704-296-0055 or simply complete the “Contact Us” form on this website. You can find more information on our media page about similar cases that have occurred around the country. Also ‘like’ our Facebook page to receive updates on this issue and other topics that affect your life and safety.
This needs to end and we need your help to make it happen.