Get the Compensation that You Deserve

Millions of people in New York City rely on public transportation every day, and with so many passengers, stations, and vehicles constantly in motion, it is no surprise that accidents occur. You deserve to feel safe when traveling throughout the city, but if you should fall victim to a subway, train, or railroad crossing accident, the right attorney can make all the difference in receiving adequate compensation for your injuries.

 

Train accidents can obviously be very serious affairs if the train is derailed or collides with another train. The entire infrastructure is set up to make sure that accidents like this don’t happen, but unfortunately, due to negligence or a lack of maintenance, accidents can happen. Of particular problem is the fact that trains can be seen as a target. This includes people deliberately putting objects on the tracks which can cause havoc. By placing rocks or other objects on the track, it increases the likelihood that the train will derail or have to break abruptly. This can cause serious injuries to those on board with head, neck, back injuries as well as fractures, burns and cuts. Each rail company has a duty to its customers to keep them safe and make sure that rail is a safe way to travel.

 

If you have been injured in such an accident you should be able to make a personal injury claim. An accident can be caused by negligence on behalf of the maintenance staff, management, and the driver or a third party. Under each of these circumstances, you should call your personal injury lawyer to receive a free assessment. When train injuries can be so serious and result in trauma, it is senseless to not claim what is lawfully yours to claim for. Treatment for such injuries can be ongoing and require years to put right, if at all. Contact Paul Dansker and knowhow by making a personal injury claim you can make your life a little bit easier and access the sort of medical care that can really help you rebuild your life.

 

Railroad crossing accidents can lead to catastrophic injuries or even death. These accidents can be caused by a variety of factors:

  • Defective crossing gates
  • Defective railroad crossing or stoplights
  • Defective tracks or rails
  • Defective train equipment
  • Missing signage
  • Train conductor error

 

If you’ve been affected by a New York City railroad crossing accident, you’ve likely sustained significant physical and mental injuries. To get the compensation that you deserve, you need to have an attorney on your side that has expert knowledge of railroad statutes and regulations. At Dansker & Aspromonte of Paul Dansker, we will thoroughly investigate the potential cause of your railroad accident and will obtain the evidence needed to win your case, including:

  • Examine GPS reports and other railway and train equipment for evidence
  • Interview potential witnesses, both on the train and on the ground
  • Obtain information from the train “black box”
  • Review accident reports

 

With our investigative methods, railroad knowledge, and proven track record at trial, we’re able to secure compensation for our clients injured in railroad crossing accidents.

 

Choose Dansker & Aspromonte to Represent You

If you are in need of an experienced New York City attorney to represent you in a subway, train, or railroad crossing accident, look no further than Paul Dansker & Aspromonte. With a trial success rate of over 95%, we are committed to representing each of our clients throughout every stage of the legal process. We strive for maximum compensation for accident victims, and we never collect fees until we win or settle your case.

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