Railroad Parking Lot Injury Representation
If you are injured on another party's property because of the owner's negligence, you are likely entitled to compensation for your losses. Whether it is private or public property, you may be able to hold the owner liable for negligence that resulted in injury.
All premises liability cases are complex, and those involving multiple liable parties are especially complicated. If you were injured in a parking lot or garage owned by Amtrak, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), Long Island Railroad (LIRR), Metro-North Commuter Railroad, New Jersey Transit Rail or PATH (Port Authority of New York and New Jersey), you will need a lawyer who has experience with these types of cases.
I am personal injury trial attorney Ira M. Maurer. I have been representing people injured by trains and on railroad property for more than 30 years. My experience and skill has resulted in more than 1,000 successful verdicts and settlements. Please speak with me today to ensure that you do not miss the deadline for filing a Notice of Claim on the railroad.
Parking lots and garages are notoriously dangerous places. Slip-and-falls, pedestrian accidents, vehicle accidents and violent crimes are some of the reasons people are injured in parking lots. These types of accidents may be caused by issues such as:
- Snow and ice
- Black ice
- Cracked pavement
- Unmarked pedestrian walkways
- Inadequate signage and warnings
- Poor security
- Inadequate lighting
If your injury occurs in a railroad station parking lot, be sure to report it to the local police or the MTA police. I can help you seek compensation for brain injuries, broken arms and legs, ankle injuries, knee injuries, spinal cord injuries, and back or neck injuries. You may need to collect damages to cover the cost of medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and any related expenses.
If you or a loved one was injured in a railroad parking lot, please contact The Maurer Law Firm to schedule a free consultation with our experienced greater Poughkeepsie train accident attorney Ira Maurer.