Massive urban cities like Chicago would die without decent public transportation. But trains and buses can be dangerous places. Derailments, sudden stops, jolts, and speeding can all lead to serious injuries and even death. If you or a family member has been hurt, consult today with Mark D. Brynteson. According to Illinois law, train passengers must be afforded the highest degree of care. Engineers who drive under the influence, inspectors who fail to do their job, maintenance crews who do careless work, and companies that don’t exercise good judgment can put literally hundreds of lives at risk.
Although train accidents are statistically rarer than car, bike and truck accidents; when they do occur, the results can be nightmarish. For instance, in 2007, many died and dozens were injured when the operator of a Southern California train got distracted while text messaging and careered off the tracks. Your train accident need not have made the news in order for you to bring suit, however. A sudden unexplained stop that sends you lurching backwards into a pole or another passenger can lead to whiplash, torn ligaments, severe bruising, or soft tissue injuries. The resulting chronic pain can require many thousands of dollars in medical costs to fix.
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