Train Accident Attorney
Accidental injuries involving trains and railroads often occur in situations such as:
- Railroad crossing accidents involving cars, bicycles or pedestrians
- Accidents involving freight trains
- Accidents involving passenger trains
- Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) trains colliding with vehicles or humans on the tracks
- Injuries to passengers getting on, getting off or riding trains
- Injuries to ticket holders falling off train platforms
Whatever the scenario behind your train or railroad-related accident and injuries, you need an experienced lawyer on your side to navigate the complex process of claiming compensation. The Lawyers at Ted B. Lyon & Associates have years of experience trying cases before judges and juries. If we represent you, your case may be settled out of court as many are, but your legal opponents will know that your attorneys are ready and willing to go to trial if necessary.
Train Injury Attorneys
Train and railroad-related injuries tend to be severe, such as:
Do you face a life ahead with blindness or paralysis ( paraplegia or quadriplegia) after a train wreck? You can count on whatever entity (such as a rail company) to be fully armed with defense attorneys. You need your own experienced lawyer to protect your right to recover full and fair compensation.
Note: If you were injured because a train derailed, beware of overtures by the rail company to compensate you and other passengers quickly. Keep in mind that each injured passenger will have a unique case depending on the nature of injuries and other factors such as the level of loss of wages. Also remember that a seemingly easy and quick settlement is likely to be lower than what you can recover with the help of a meticulous, knowledgeable personal injury attorney.
Contact Our DART Train Injury Lawyers
Call 877-Ted-Lyon / 877-833-5966 or inquire by email. Our law firm is experienced and proficient handling accident injury cases throughout the state of Texas on a contingency fee basis. We visit injured clients in homes and hospitals as necessary.