Kreindler Successfully Resolves Tragic Brooklyn to Atlantic City Bus Crash Case
May 28, 2002
Managing Partner Noah Kushlefsky was selected by the Court as lead counsel and achieved a significant multi-million dollar settlement on behalf of all victims of the crash.
A 1992 Van Hool tour bus traveling on the Garden State Parkway from Brooklyn, NY to Atlantic City, NJ crashed thru a guardrail and rolled down an embankment in Sayreville, New Jersey on December 24, 1998. Headed to Atlantic City for a fun day at the casinos, the bus had 22 passengers. 8 passengers died, and 14 passengers were injured in addition to the bus driver. The bus had been leased to Bruins Transportation, Inc. by ABC Bus Leasing, Inc.
In the Media
Investigators with New Jersey State Police and the National Transportation Safety Board are looking into what could have contributed to or caused the bus crash including, driver error, the height and length of the guardrails on the Garden State Parkway and whether the bus was equipped with an antilock brake system (ABS).
Kreindler Mass Transit Litigation Experience
Kreindler’s extensive litigation experience focuses on victims of mass transit disasters - including plane and helicopter crashes, bus, train and subway accidents. Since 1950, our attorneys have served as leading counsel in nearly every major commercial aviation disaster litigation. Having helped so many others, we really do understand the impact a bus, train or subway accident can have on your family and your life. Unfortunately what has been done, cannot be undone. However, we are here to help you achieve a sense of closure, justice, and financial security to help you move on with life following a tragedy.