Las Vegas man apologizes for tour bus accident, fatalities
A 26-year-old Las Vegas man is apologizing to the families of tourists killed when the tour bus he was driving crashed next-door to Nevada and killed three people and injured dozens more. This tragedy was even more sad insofar as it was another dark chapter in the ongoing saga of Nevada tour bus accidents that are becoming shockingly prevalent.
Las Vegas tourists and local thrill-seekers alike make generous use of southern Nevada’s tour bus industry, which leverages the city’s entertainment clout and dynamic southwest location to act as a hub for a wide range of vacation experiences. Yet the darker side of this entertainment mecca is the tragedies that sometimes occur amidst the joy — slip and fall accidents in Las Vegas casinos, and tour buses gone astray. The issue of tour bus accidents has grown in prevalence as economic pressures have driven tour companies to allow untrained, even unlicensed drivers to operate their massive multi-dozen-passenger vehicles over long distances and challenging terrain. These excursions have an obvious potential for Las Vegas car accident injuries.
If you or a loved one have been hurt on a tour bus, Greyhound bus, or any other kind of common carrier in a Las Vegas charter bus accident, contact our Las Vegas personal injury attorneys today for a free consultation.