If I am a pedestrian hit by a train or light rail transit vehicle or the survivor of a pedestrian killed by a train or light rail transit vehicle; can a lawsuit be brought even if the accident did not occur at a designated railroad crossing?
If I am injured in a train collision, to whom can I make a claim?
I heard that even if I work for the railroad, I can sue my own company. Is this true?
If I Am Injured While A Passenger On A Train or Light Rail Transit Vehicle and I am injured or my loved ones are killed, Is The Railroad Company and/or Light Rail Transit Company Liable?
What Are The Duties And Responsibilities Of A Train Crew As They Approach A Public Grade Crossing?
What Are The Railroad’s Responsibilities In The Area Of Providing Grade Crossing Protection?
Why Are So Few Grade Crossings Protected By Flashers And/Or Gates?
What if I am in a motor vehicle that is hit by a train or light rail transit vehicle at a railroad crossing or I am a pedestrian who was hit by a train or light rail transit vehicle at a crossing? What are my rights?
Is it important to retain a lawyer who is willing to perform a thorough investigation and hire experts in railroad collision and/or light rail transit collision cases?
What damages are recoverable in train collisions or light rail transit vehicle collision cases?
Do I need to retain an attorney?