New York Mass Transit Accident Attorneys Holding Negligent Parties Responsible
In many New York mass transit accidents, responsibly lies not with the injured party, but another individual or entity. In these cases, our New York mass transit accident lawyers will commit themselves to holding the negligent parties responsible for their actions and recovering maximum compensation for the subway, train, taxi or bus accident victim. If you or a loved one has been injured on a subway, train, bus or in a taxi, our New York transit accident attorneys may be able to establish the cause of your accident, and determine whether you can file a claim for damages against the transportation authority or other entity.
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Causes of New York Transit Accidents
While some New York mass transit accidents are unavoidable, others are caused by the negligence of the driver, operator or transit authority. Examples of negligence which can result in a mass transit accident in New York include:
- Operator or driver fatigue
- Improper maintenance
- Negligent security
- Failure to replace faulty parts
- Reckless driving
New York Mass Transit Accident Attorneys
If you or a loved one has been injured due to the negligence of a train, taxi cab, ferry, bus, or subway operator or authority, our attorneys may be able to file a claim on your behalf. We have a thorough understanding of municipal liability laws, as well as years of experience designating fault in injury and accident cases. If you would like our New York transit accident lawyers to examine the cause of your bus, subway, taxi or train accident, contact us for free, no obligation review of your claim. Generally, New York public transportation accident claims must be filed within a short period of time, possibly 90 days, so it's important to act quickly. Contact our NYC personal injury lawyers today to find out if you have legal recourse.