Light Rail and Train Accidents Involving another Light Rail or Train
There are many circumstances under which light rail and train accidents occur, but one of the most devastating is when a light rail or train collides into another light rail or train. There are many people responsible for the safe flow of railway traffic. When any one of these responsible parties is negligent, a light rail or train accident will likely ensue.
Common causes of light rail and train accidents involving other light rails and trains:
- Conductor negligence may lead to colliding into a stopped train
- Poorly maintained tracks may lead to trains jumping the tracks and colliding with each other
- Operator negligence may lead to light rails and trains being directed and put into each other’s path
Injuries sustained during these collisions will range from minor to severe. Serious injury and Wrongful Death are most likely to occur when trains traveling in opposite directions collide.
Claims against Government Agencies or Public Entities
When a government or public employee or agency is negligent and causes an injury, there is a markedly different process involved as compared to a claim against an individual or private business. There is a much shorter time frame to bring a claim and a lawsuit. Therefore, there is an increased urgency to obtain legal counsel to timely submit a claim against a government agency or public entity. A more detailed explanation is available on our Government or Public Entities Claims Pages.
Our Light Rail and Train Accident Lawyers have experience in these types of accidents and in determining who is at fault for the accident and the injuries sustained. If you or a loved one was injured due to a light rail or train accident involving another light rail or train, please contact us for a free consultation with our Light Rail and Train Accident Lawyers. You can contact the Law Offices of Michael Cordova at 602-265-6700.
Our lawyers not only work on light rail or train accident cases but in other Personal Injury areas, as well as car accidents, motorcycle accidents, dog bites, product and premises liability, so please contact your local Phoenix attorneys for a free, personal, and confidential consultation.