Guidance Regarding A Train Accident
When there is an accident involving a car and train, the injuries for those in the car are very serious. The magnitude and weight of a train coupled with the speed at which it travels make for an extremely dangerous situation. At times, these accidents occur because of defects, mistakes or serious safety hazards.
There are thousands of people each year who are involved in train accidents. Our attorneys at Williams, Walsh & O'Connor, & , LLC, are committed to public safety. That is one of the main reasons we practice in the area of personal injury. We are dedicated not only to helping our clients through their injuries and fighting for compensation, but also committed to make the world a little bit safer by deterring dangerous behaviors. Located in North Haven, our law firm serves clients throughout Connecticut.
Dangerous Railroad Crossings
One of the places that car and train accidents tend to occur is at a railroad crossing. Many of the grade crossings have been eliminated through bridges or avenues to avoid pedestrian and motor vehicle danger. However, there are some dangerous crossings that still exist.
Usually when a train collides with a car, there is some type of malfunction that has occurred. Often these collisions involve defects in the gating or crossing mechanisms.
Handling Serious Injuries
If you were involved in a car-train accident, you likely sustained some very serious injuries. Out attorneys focus on handling cases where individuals are facing catastrophic injuries including:
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Serious burns
- Back injuries
- Neck injuries
Contact Us For Assistance
If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, you need to speak with an attorney as soon as possible. You may need assistance in dealing with the insurance, medical claims and of course in addressing any potential personal injury claims as well. If you are looking for attorneys who are experienced in handling these types of claims, you are in the right place. Contact us online or by calling us at 203-285-3593 or toll free at 866-530-7228 to receive a free initial consultation. We provide daytime, evening and weekend appointments at a location convenient to you or at our office.