What makes New York City such a vibrant, lively place is that it is a city full of high energy people, leading busy lives who are out and about every day of the year.
With millions of people in constant motion in such a confined area, a large and effective mass transit system is one of the keys to maintaining New York City’s vitality. Subways, MTA buses, and highly complex railroad systems traverse the city and take countless riders into and out of the metro area on a daily basis. And for the most part, these systems operate in a world-class way, with few disruptions or errors.
However, because there are so many people who use mass transit, traveling long distances throughout the city and beyond, accidents involving buses and rail systems are also a way of life.
Experienced Team of Bus, MTA and Rail Road Injury Attorneys
At Isaacson, Schiowitz&Korson LLP, we know that because of the size and speed at which these systems operate, the chance for operator negligence and fatigue, or equipment failure are real considerations. From our years of experience, we know that despite their best efforts, these systems and the people who operate them will break down from time to time.
When this happens, the results can be tragic. Accident victims can be overwhelmed trying to recovery from their injuries. That alone can take a victim’s full energy, and when combined with other issues related to an accident, the tasks at hand can devastate even the strongest people.
That’s where we can help. Our experienced team of bus, MTA and rail injury attorneys can shoulder the load when it comes to making sure you are fully compensated for your injuries. We work hard on your behalf to seek full repayment for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and other related costs to give you the peace of mind you need to regain your health and resume your life.
Isaacson, Schiowitz&Korson LLP proudly serves New York City, including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Long Island, Nassau and surrounding communities. Contact us for a free consultation at (212) 267-6557.