While passenger and commuter trains are now considered to be one of the safest forms of travel, it is nevertheless true that collisions between motor vehicles and trains, when
they do unfortunately occur, often result in the innocent victims suffering catastrophic injuries and in some cases fatalities. In fact, according to the Federal Railroad
Administration, the number of fatal train accidents has steadily increased from 2016 to 2017 by 56.5%.
Railroads, trains, and rail yards are inherently dangerous, so it is no surprise that there are thousands of railroad accidents each year causing tremendous amounts of harm and
devastation. The results are far-reaching and often riddled with consequence when train companies neglect their duty to take appropriate precautions to protect the public and their
Some of the most notable types of train accidents include:
Typical examples of train injuries include but are not limited to the following:
There are many avenues to ensure compensation and vindication for railroad injuries sustained by railroad workers and other helpless victims.
If you or someone you know is injured or involved in a railroad accident, then you should contact the Testa Law Group to schedule a free consultation. We will help you and your
family after your accident by ensuring you receive the best treatment available. We will also assess your accident, examine the medical aspects, evaluate your injuries, and work to
maximize your right to compensation.