Were You Injured In A Mass Transit Accident?
Accidents involving city buses, the subway or commuter trains must be investigated thoroughly as soon as possible. Both the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and New Jersey Transit (NJT) have teams of investigators who are responsible for collecting evidence and conducting investigations into the causes of public transportation accidents.
To ensure that key eyewitnesses are located, conductors or drivers interviewed and physical evidence preserved, the law office of Albert Buzzetti & Associates initiates the investigation process as soon as possible when seeking damages for a bus injury or subway accident. We like to ask drivers and conductors to submit to independent lab tests to see if drugs or alcohol is in their system, while reviewing other physical evidence from the scene of an accident. Our goal is to preserve a balance of power in the courtroom while ensuring that nothing is missed or ignored during a public transportation investigation.
In accidents involving bus injuries, subway accidents and commuter trains, injury victims have only a limited of time to bring an action against the MTA or NJT. To schedule a free consultation in our Englewood Cliffs or New York City law offices, contact the lawyers at Albert Buzzetti & Associates today.
Handling All Types Of Public Transportation Accidents
The law office of Albert Buzzetti & Associates represents clients involved in public transportation accidents such as:
- Pedestrian knockdowns
- Slip-and-fall accidents on the Long Island Ferry
- Being hit or knocked down by an arriving or a departing subway train
- Being struck by a city bus
- Commuter train derailment
- Doors shutting on train or bus passengers
Determining The Cost Of A Serious Bus Injury Or Subway Accident
Many mass transit injuries involve head trauma, broken bones, back injuries, broken legs and soft tissue injuries. Especially in head and back injuries, complications weeks or months after an accident can substantially increase the cost of your injury. Our attorneys will work closely with a wide variety of medical experts to determine the extent and nature of your injuries.
We also ask medical economists to provide cost projections for the expenses associated with future medical treatment, lost earnings, medical equipment, and pain and suffering. Our lawyers have the resources and experience needed to challenge the findings of the MTA’s and NJT’s investigators and experts.
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Understanding your rights and protecting your interests is equally important after a mass transit accident. As your attorneys, we will advise and counsel you in regard to any testimony or statements investigators request from you.
To schedule a free consultation at our offices in New York City or Englewood Cliffs and learn more about how we can help you, contact the public transportation accident lawyers at Albert Buzzetti & Associates today. Don’t let a bus accident injury or train derailment leave you saddled with lost wages and steep medical bills. Call 201-308-5313 (New Jersey) or 866-237-8202 (New York).