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This post relates to bus filings with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration/USDOT (successor to the ICC).  Many hopeful bus operators do Google searches to find someone to do their filings for operating authority and what do they get?  A non-professional, operating out of his home office who knows nothing about bus operations, but knows how to buy key words from Google. What he also knows is how to charge a fee, complete a simple online Application for Authority, and then leave the hopeful operator with just the completed Application (also requires Agents for Service of Process, insurance, instructions for State inspections, instructions for filing under the UCR Program, etc.).

As an attorney and longtime bus transportation professional, I will guide you through the entire process, making sure that you have insurance before you file, designing the bus routes to fit your proposed operations, getting all of the authority that you really need at one time (regular route, contract and charter), selecting a Process Agent, assisting with the new vetting process, and assisting with the inspection process.

You can check out my website and see who I am, where I am located, my experience, and a list of some of my bus company clients.  Choose an attorney before you choose a fly by night that you pay by credit card and never hear from again.

Jerry A. Casser, Esq. (Fairfield, NJ Transportation Attorney) www.jcasser.com


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