Los Angeles Train Accident Attorney
Were You Injured In A Train Accident In Los Angeles?
The Los Angeles area is one of the West Coast’s most important rail hubs for passenger and freight trains. It seems hard to believe that someone can be hit by something as big as a freight train but railroad crossing accidents happen frequently in Southern California. If you or a member of your family was involved in an accident at a railroad crossing, get experienced legal help to protect your rights and fight for full money damages for your losses.
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The McNally Law Office is recognized as one of the region’s most effective personal injury and wrongful death law firms. We handle everything about your railroad crossing and train accident claims, including property damage and injury claims.
Contact us as soon as possible after a railroad crossing accident. The railroad is quick to investigate and will look for every opportunity to blame the victim. Getting the right lawyer on your side is important.
Unguarded Railroad Crossings
Railroads are under strict regulations to place guard gates and warning signs at road crossings. Many railroad crossings remain unprotected and cars are often unaware of trains speeding toward them. If you were injured or have lost a loved one in a railroad crossing accident because of signal failure, your attorney will need experience settling substantial cases against the largest insurance companies in America. Attorney Frank McNally has a proud history of substantial settlements and jury verdicts.
Many train collisions at railroad crossings happen when a driver becomes impatient and tries to beat the train through the intersection. These types of accidents are nearly always determined to be fault of the negligent car driver. If you were the passenger in the car, however, you are entitled to seek damages against the driver.
Contact us to learn more about our services and how we can help you recover compensation for your injuries or wrongful death claim.