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Amtrak Train Accident Lawyers

TRAIN ACCIDENTS In Bucks County, Montgomery County & Philadelphia:

Kats, Jamison & Associates are investigating train accidents in the Bucks County and Montgomery County Areas. If you were involved in a train accident and would like a free professional consultation regarding your rights to financial compensation, please call us now to schedule your free consultation.

Traveling by AMTRAK or other regional rail service is one of the safest ways to travel. According to the National Transportation Safety Board, railroad accidents accounted for less than 1% of all transportation deaths in 2013. The Federal Railroad Administration reports that only 14 train accidents occurred in 2014 in all of Pennsylvania. However, with over 350 million passengers taking AMTRAK, New Jersey Transit, and SEPTA each year, train accidents do occur and there is a high potential for serious personal injuries and even death.

Have you been injured in a train accident? We will visit you at your home, or the hospital in Bucks County, Montgomery County, or Philadelphia.

The attorneys of Kats, Jamison & Associates are experienced in recovering financial compensation for victims and families of train accidents. Our attorneys will identify all possible sources of compensation to ensure that victims of train accidents and their families receive the maximum settlement, including medical expenses, pain and suffering, and lost wages. Our firm is capable of handling complicated personal injury cases, such as the AMTRAK derailment that occurred on May 13th 2015.

Pursuing financial compensation for an AMTRAK accident or other train accident case requires knowledge of specific laws governing mass transit. The investigation may become complex and will require professional attention. To get maximum compensation for personal injuries suffered during a train accident, the victims must demonstrate that the operating company (AMTRAK/ NJ Transit/ SEPTA) was negligent.

OUR BUCKS COUNTY, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, & PHILADELPHIA LAWYERS REPRESENT INJURED AMTRAK TRAIN CRASH PASSENGERS

  • Employees training procedures

  • Drug and alcohol abuse among employees

  • Equipment use guidelines

  • Maintenance schedules

  • Cell phone use of employees

  • Safe work conditions procedures and practices

  • Issues with over-worked employees

  • Inspection frequency

The Bucks County, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia train accident lawyers of Kats Jamison, & associates have three decades of experience serving clients who have been injured or lost loved ones in train crashes, including Amtrak accidents, SEPTA bus accidents, and other accidents involving commercial/industrial vehicles. These complex investigations often require regulatory standards, and state and federal laws surrounding serious railroad crashes. Our firm handles a wide range of personal injury lawsuits regarding train accidents, including:

  • Derailment accidents
  • Collisions with debris on the track
  • Collisions between two trains
  • Train accidents caused by fires, hazardous chemicals, driver errors, and signal errors
  • Train track defect accidents

If you were injured in these or other types of railroad/train track crashes, our personal injury attorneys are available to provide guidance and support for your case. When you contact Kats, Jamison & associates for your free consultation, our Bucks County, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia personal injury attorneys can determine whether you have a case.

COMMON INJURIES CAUSED BY TRAIN ACCIDENTS

Train accidents can seriously injure numerous parties inside or near the train, including:

  • Pedestrians, motorists, or cyclists who are in the crash area when the accident occurs
  • Passengers riding inside the train
  • Train operators or other railroad employees

Even though train accidents are less common than automobile accidents, the immense size and speed of a train often results in multiple catastrophic injuries and/or deaths. Examples of injuries caused by train accidents may include:

  • Loss of a limb, hand, or finger
  • Back injuries, spinal cord injuries
  • Broken bones and or bone fractures
  • Burn injuries
  • Crush injuries from being trapped beneath wreckage
  • Cuts, lacerations, and puncture wounds from glass, metal, and other debris
  • Head injuries, concussions, and other traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
  • Nerve damage and/or damage to internal organs
  • Severe bruises and contusions
  • Soft tissue injuries, such as muscle sprains

CAUSES OF TRAIN DERAILMENTS AND RAILROAD ACCIDENTS

Whether the underlying cause of an Amtrak Train crash or SEPTA crash is the train operator negligence, most accidents originate back to a mistake that was made by an Amtrak or SEPTA employee. Many trains still operate with outdated technology that may not meet today’s safety requirements. Failure to update this technology places potential victims at risk of severe injury or death.

BUCKS COUNTY, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, & PHILADELPHIA TRAIN ACCIDENT INJURY ATTORNEYS INVESTIGATING CLAIMS AGAINST AMTRAK AND SEPTA

If you or someone care about has been injured in a train accident in Bucks County or Montgomery County, you may be entitled to file a personal injury claim to recover financial compensation for medical bills, loss of wages, pain and suffering, and other damages. Be aware, that there is a statute of limitations that prohibit you from filing a claim after a certain period of time has passed.

The Bucks County, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia train crash attorneys at Kats, Jamison & associates understand these laws and know how investigate these accidents. Our goal is to prove liability against a train operator, train company, railroad worker, or other party acted negligently. Due to the complex railroad industry regulations, it is important that you have an Amtrak Train injury attorney who is experienced in representing train accident victims to maximize the settlement you deserve.

Kats, Jamison & associates is proud to serve the Bucks County, Montgomery County and Philadelphia communities. To receive a free consultation, please call our offices to schedule an appointment for your train accident injury.


Address: 1 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville-Trevose, PA 19053
Phone: (215) 396-9001