Train-Involved Accidents According to data released by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)in 2016, Phoenix tops the list of U.S. cities with the most dangerous railroad crossings.
You’ve seen ads on TV, posters on the sides of buses or bus stops, and maybe have even received ads in the mail for personal injury attorneys.
Almost 1.4 million Americans sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year and most of them do not know how to file a TBI lawsuit to protect themselves after those TBIs.
If you are involved in a personal injury case, you’ll want to know what happens during a pretrial and trial, should your case need to go to trial.
After suffering a personal injury, you’ll want to know what options are available. Below we’ll discuss an average timeline of a personal injury case, as well as provide some insight into why you should consider working with a personal injury attorney.
At the end of July, 15-year-old Mariah Contreras was hit and killed by a train. According to police, her and three of her friends were “playing chicken” with the trains when she was hit.
On April 3, within a 12 hour period, three train accidents occurred in the Northeastern United States. Those crashes happened just a month after another Amtrack train that was headed from Chicago to LA was derailed, injuring 32 people.