I need more information before I could offer a proper response. You need to be able to prove liability and damages. You should speak with an attorney and go over all of the details. The attorney will be able to tell you can make any claims.
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Your post is missing a lot of info. School bus or public transportation? How old is your daughter? These are all things you should speak to a local personal injury lawyer about. The Find a Lawyer tool above is a great way to locate a local attorney.
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You may well have an action against the bus company. Speak to local personal injury counsel to have the facts reviewed.
A lot more detail would be needed: who abused your daughter, what abuse was committed, what is your daughter's age, how was this reported , what evidence is there, what has been the effect on your daughter, etc. If you can prove what happened, then, yes.
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