June 28, 2017
Train accident lawyer

Train accident lawyer

 

When train accidents do happen, they can be dangerous since a railcar can destroy anything in its path likely causing serious or fatal injuries to passengers and to people in the near vicinity of the train. Most trains do not have seat belts, nor do they require passengers to wear a seatbelt. Trains are commonly used as the main transportation for people in big cities. Why own a car when you can take the subway? Therefore, hundreds of people cram into a train for their daily commutes—Looking like a bunch of sardines. When a train derails, the aftermath usually ends in utter disarray.

If you have been involved and injured in a train accident, whether you were on the train or near the train at the time of the accident, it is important to hire an experienced train accident lawyer. It is important for train accident victims to seek medical attention immediately. Hiring a personal injury lawyer will allow you to focus on your recovery. The big insurance companies will likely take advantage of an accident victim. At Harris Personal Injury Lawyers, we pride ourselves on the fact that we will take over all communication between the accident victim and the trains’ insurance company to protect the accident victims’ rights.

The founder of Harris Personal Injury Lawyers (HPI), Ryan Harris, formed HPI law firm on the principle that injured people and their families should have access to the same quality legal representation as large insurance companies. In addition, HPI will only work on a contingency fee, meaning that if we do not win, we do not get paid. There are no upfront costs or fees when hiring an experienced train accident attorney at HPI. HPI has recovered over $200,000,000 for accident victims in California. If you or a loved one has been injured due to a train accident, please contact our law firm for a free consultation.

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