Files suit on behalf of victim of fatal Dec. 1 MIA bus crash
CONTACT: Stephen F. Rossman, Rossman, Baumberger, Reboso, Spier & Connolly,305-373-0708 , firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:rossman@
MIAMI – Dec. 8, 2012 – The Miami trial law firm Rossman, Baumberger, Spier & Connolly has sued the bus company and the driver.in the deadly Dec. 1 bus crash at Miami International Airport.
Miriam Lorenza Machado was seriously injured when the driver carrying 32 mostly elderly Jehovah’s Witnesses to a convention in West Palm Beach got lost and wound up at Miami International Airport, smashing into a concrete overpass, killing two and sending 13 to the Ryder Trauma Center, where Ms. Machado has been in the ICU.
Stephen F. Rossman, founding partner of Rossman, Baumberger, Reboso, Spier & Connolly (http://www.rbrlaw.com/
(Miriam Lorenza Machado v. Miami Bus Service Corp. et al.: Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Case No. 12-47452 CA 13)
The 11-foot high bus smashed into a clearly-marked 8-foot-six-inch clearance, despite numerous posted warning signs, shearing off the first 16 feet of the bus, smashing in the roof, hurtling passengers and sending twisted metal and shards of shattered fiberglass within the bus and through a wide surrounding area. Ms. Machado was in the third row. Ms. Machado and others among the seriously injured were lifted out of the bus by Miami-Dade Fire Rescue. Ferreiro, the driver, who was below the passenger deck, was unhurt.
“This story is tragic and mind-boggling,”
Ms. Machado is a retired widow who lives alone. Family members said she has been in critical condition, having sustained serious injuries to her face, ribs, spine and spleen. She required life-saving surgery to control internal bleeding..
Members of her family said she had exercised daily and was in good condition prior to the crash.
About Rossman, Baumberger, Reboso, Spier & Connolly, P.A.
Rossman, Baumberger, Reboso, Spier & Connolly, P.A. is a Miami trial law firm representing the catastrophically injured and their families throughout Florida and the Southeast since 1974. The firm has a long tradition of professional leadership and community service and in addition to specializing in various areas of personal injury law, handles commercial motor vehicle accidents. Mr. Rossman was an adjunct professor in trial skills at University of Miami School of Law for nine years, president of the Florida Justice Association, president of the Miami-Dade Justice Association, and a member of the board of governors of the American Association for Justice.
The law firm’s website is www.rbrlaw.com.