TRAIN AND RAILROAD CROSSING ACCIDENTS


Rural roads contain many train crossings that do not have swing arms to prevent cars from crossing in front of a train. The result can be a tragic collisions that cause death or permanent injury. Train accidents are incredibly destructive events. The collision of a car and a train is comparable to the collision of a car and a soda can – the size and weight of a train moving even at what might seem to be slower speeds result in a physical impact that is truly devastating. 
All forms of train accidents, are quite capable of producing catastrophic injuries and death. Trains have much more mass, force, and weight leaving anything in its path in danger. Train accidents with any type of motor vehicle, be it car, truck, van, or even when a train collides with a pedestrian, all leave the likely possibility of severe injury and death.
A good train accident lawyer will provide you with honest, direct legal guidance if you have been injured in one of these accidents. Railroad companies are notorious for denying responsibility, particularly at railroad crossings, making this form of litigation a complicated arena. In addition, a good train accident lawyer will not settle out of court for less than the case should be fought for in court, to ensure that your personal losses and medical expenses are rightfully compensated for. 

Meet the law Office of Steven York
At The Law Office of Steven York our attorneys understand the issues that are involved in train accident cases. Our lawyers have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients in cases of personal injury and wrongful death. Our legal team will act swiftly to preserve evidence crucial to your case. It's not unusual for railroad companies to take corrective actions, such as trimming vegetation at a crossing, in the first few days following a collision. 
We have experience train accident attorney representing people injured as a result of railroad accidents, including but not limited to occupants of vehicles, pedestrians and others.
Railroad companies commonly deny responsibility, especially at railroad crossings. Due to this, these kinds of cases can be very complicated. Our experienced train accident lawyers have helped many victims of train and railroad accidents and can help you too.
Please, call our train accident attorneys now toll free: (619)233-1033 as you or your loved one may be eligible for compensation for pain, suffering, lost wages, medical bills, permanent disability, and other damages.