Did you know that there are about 3,000 train accidents that cause around 1,000 death each year in the United States? Of course, there are many more train accidents that cause injuries that don’t lead to fatalities. Even small accidents involving trains can lead to severe injury because trains are so large and move quickly.
Train accident personal injury cases can be complicated as they often involve many responsible parties. Train accidents also have specific laws and regulations that are different than accidents involving other vehicles.
A train accident might just impact one person like in the case of a slip and fall accident. But, they can also impact multiple people. Trains often carry many passengers at a time, so a train impact accident can lead to injury for many people.
Train accident victims can include passengers, pedestrians, drivers and passengers of vehicles, railroad workers, and more.
If you’ve been injured in a train accident, you might be wondering what you can do to receive legal help. Filing a claim on your own can be intimidating. But, a personal injury lawyer can help you with your claim. You don’t have to go this journey alone.
To contact a personal injury lawyer in New York, call Frekhtman & Associates today at (212) 222-1111.
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