Railroad Accidents Attorney
When a car or pedestrian is hit by a train, the consequences are more often fatal than not. Litigation involving railroad crossing accidents can be complex and require significant resources to prosecute to a conclusion.
We believe it is important that any law firm representing seriously injured people in railroad accident cases have an experienced, in-house investigator in the office. That is why we have an experienced, in-house investigator on staff and available to investigate all our cases.
At the Williams Law Firm, we have the experience, resources and commitment necessary to handle railroad accidents cases.
Railroad accidents ● Railroad crossings injuries ● Failed signs or gates
According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, there were nearly 11,000 railroad crossing accidents nationwide. The number of fatalities resulting from these accidents is tragic.
If you or your loved one has been injured in a railroad accident, do not wait. Contact us to discuss your case.
Our railroad crossing accident attorneys can assist you with any of the following related matters:
- Railroad crossing accidents
- Automobile accidents
- Improper markings
- Driver fatigue
- Failure to maintain crossings
- Federal regulations
- Visibility issues
- Failure to warn
- Train crash
Our lawyers do not work to simply settle railroad accidents cases. We work hard to prepare your case so that you can recover the maximum compensation possible for your injuries and damages.
Many railroad accidents occur where there are improper markings, no markings at all, or when a locomotive exceeds responsible speed limits and fails to warn motorists of the approaching train. Our attorneys will thoroughly investigate to determine the cause of your railroad accident. Whether the accident was caused by a lack of warning alone, or in combination with improper operation of the train, we will diligently investigate to uncover the answers you need. At the Williams Law Firm, our experienced investigator will immediately begin collecting relevant evidence for your case. From the collection of photographs at the scene of the accident, to contacting key witnesses, our investigator will ensure that you have the evidence necessary for your trial.
For more information or to speak with an experienced and dedicated Terre Haute, Indiana railroad accidents trial lawyer, contact the Williams Law Firm.