You should have insurance coverage as an employee. I would report the incident to the insurance carrier for you employer.
Were you the employed driver from bus co.? If so, it and or its ins coverage will/should handle this matter.
If you were were within the course and scope of employment at the time of the collision, your employer is responsible for any damages you caused. Notify HR or your supervisor.
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It sounds like you were driving a bus and hit a parked car.
If that is the case, your employer's insurance company should pay for all costs for the vehicle, and the employer's workers' compensation insurance should pay for any of your medical bills and lost time, etc.
Contact a workers' compensation attorney in your area.
I am sorry for what happened to you. Hopefully, you weren’t seriously injured in the collision.
If the accident happened on the job, your workers' compensation insurance will cover any employment-related injuries and illness regardless of fault.
Also, if you were performing work-related tasks while driving, the bus company is responsible for insurance-related matters and should pay for damages.
You may also want to consult an attorney that specializes in workers’ compensation, who can listen to your case in greater detail and provide you with the best course of action.
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