Injuries Involving Subways, Buses And Trains
Millions of people rely on public transportation to get around Baltimore and surrounding areas of Maryland. Inevitably, some of those bus and subway trips result in injuries to riders, pedestrians or other motorists.
The law firm of Belsky Weinberg & Horowitz, LLC, has experience with mass transit accidents. Our personal injury lawyers are familiar with the special considerations in claims against public entities. We can explain these issues in a free consultation.
There is a time limit to bring claims in public transit accidents. Call today to protect your rights.
Experience With Public Transportation Accidents In Maryland
Our attorneys have brought successful claims against the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), the Maryland Transit Authority (MTA), Amtrak and locally owned transit companies. We represent clients in all scenarios:
- Injuries to Metrorail subway riders
- Injuries to Metrobus passengers
- Injuries to MetroAccess paratransit users
- Injuries to Baltimore Light Rail commuters
- People injured in collisions with a bus or train
- Pedestrians and bicyclists struck by buses or light rail
Normally we do not rush to file lawsuits, but in the case of government agencies a notice of claim must be filed within one year of the accident. We help clients identify the appropriate government agency and preserve their legal rights.
We excel at establishing that the bus driver, subway operator or other transit employee was at fault for the accident, or that the transit agency was negligent in hiring, training or lax in upkeep of its fleet. In cases when a private citizen caused a collision with a bus or train, we pursue all avenues of insurance coverage to secure compensation for our clients.
Talk To A Lawyer About Your Bus Or Subway Accident
We have several office locations throughout the greater Baltimore area. To arrange a free legal consultation, contact us online or call 410-344-7380 or 800-266-4732. You owe no attorney fees unless we secure compensation.