Portland Bus Accident Attorney

The trial attorneys at Paulson Coletti have been recognized for excellence in a number of arenas. We were voted one of the "Best Law Firms" for plaintiff personal injury representation, our attorneys are listed in Best Lawyers in America®, and invited to exclusive organizations such as the American Board of Trial Advocates and the Inner Circle of Advocates. If you or someone you love was injured in a bus accident, you can trust our law firm's experience and skill in this field.

Common Types of Bus Accidents

Paulson Coletti is a boutique law firm located in Portland that represents the interests of accident victims throughout Oregon and Washington. We are prepared to handle various types of bus accident cases for wrongfully injured individuals, such as:

  • Public Transportation Accidents
    Many residents of Portland and surrounding areas use public transportation. This includes TriMet buses, Portland streetcars, MAX Light Rail, and WES Commuter Rail.
  • Charter Bus Accidents
    Charter buses are usually rented buses or tour buses. These types of buses are owned by private charter companies, as opposed to public transit agencies like those mentioned above.
  • School Bus Accidents
    School buses transport elementary through high school aged students to and from the various Portland Public Schools.

Plaintiffs in bus accident cases can be bus passengers, pedestrians, or occupants of other vehicles involved in accidents with buses.

Choose Paulson Coletti. Choose Justice!

Everyone who has been wrongly injured deserves a passionate advocate who is committed to representing their best interests. At Paulson Coletti, we have three. In every case we take on, we put our clients first, selecting cases we truly believe in and believe we can win. We are experienced trial attorneys who are prepared to go the distance in order to protect our clients' rights.

To learn more about us, inquire about retaining our firm, or learn if you have a case, call (503) 433-3521 or fill out an online case evaluation form.