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ABA announces partnership for rapid response, legal programming

Posted on January 13, 2020

The American Bus Association (ABA) and USLAW NETWORK announced a partnership that provides ABA members with direct access to USLAW’s rapid response transportation attorneys through a dedicated web portal plus jurisdictional and legal resources.

USLAW is the exclusive legal content provider of the ABA, including articles, legal updates, webinars, and educational programming.

“Accidents and incidents happen and not always when you are near the office, with this new partnership, USLAW’s team of lawyers will be ready to help ABA members rapidly and from anywhere in the country,” said Peter Pantuso, ABA president & CEO.

As part of the partnership, there is a co-branded (USLAW/ABA) Accident Rapid Response tool that includes dedicated primary and alternate contacts searchable by state and by zip code plus Canada.

As one of ABA’s newest members, USLAW becomes an active participant in the ABA, including at this week’s ABA's Marketplace in Omaha.

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