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Denver Injury Attorney - Ottawa Train-Bus Collision - How Personal Injury Cases are Settled

Wednesday morning in Ottawa, Ontario a passenger train and double-decker bus collided injuring dozens of people and killing five.

The crash occurred at approximately 8:48am. Firefighters are quoted on CBC News saying the bus' front end suffered significant damage. The Transportation Safety Board is en route to the crash site to investigate this tragic accident.

Accidents, like this one, can never be predicted. In the case of a personal injury, your life can be turned upside down wondering if it's ever going to get back to normal. With medical bills, lost wages, and going through the claims process, it's important to have a trusted Denver Injury Attorney who is on your side and understands what you are going through.

If you are ever involved in a situation like the Ottawa Train-Bus Collision, you are clearly not at fault and are entitled to a settlement to cover your expenses and pain and suffering. The bus and train companies have liability insurance for exactly this reason.

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Injury can happen at any moment. More often than not, these kinds of accidents occur because of negligence of the other party. Flesch Law is here to fight for those victims and ensure that their case is settled in an expedient manner.

Our staff of Denver Injury Attorneys has worked on all types of personal injury cases and knows how to get you the compensation that you rightfully deserve.

If you've suffered personal injuries in Denver or Colorado give our offices a call today at 303-806-8886.

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