It’s time for the kids to go back to school. That means kids going to and from school houses, getting on and off school buses, and many more buses sharing the roads with traditional motorists. That also means more chance of car accidents, bus accidents, and personal injuries to children and adults. For children, this is especially true outside of buses, more so than on them, as children are far more likely to suffer a personal injury walking to school then they are riding a school bus. Most bus-related accidents involving children involve kids getting on the bus or off the bus. Because of this, it is important to be mindful of these big yellow vehicles on the roadways. The National Safety Council has put together a list of safety tips related to sharing the road with school buses. That list of injury prevention tips can be found by clicking here. It is not just buses that adults need to be aware of. Kids on foot and kids on bicycles heading to and from school should also be on everyone’s radar. Awareness is the best way to prevent a tragic personal injury from taking place. We all need to work to keep not only ourselves safe, but also those around us. If you or a loved one has been a victim of a personal injury in an accident that was the fault of someone else, contact a skilled personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Only a personal injury attorney can properly advise you of your rights with respect to what happened.