Railroad Crossing Injuries
In 2012, according to the Federal Railroad Administration, there were 1,960 vehicle-train collisions at highway rail-grade crossings. There were a reported 271 deaths and 930 railroad crossing injuries. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that a motorist is almost 20 times more likely to die from railroad injuries resulting from a crash involving a train than in a collision involving another motor vehicle.
Railroad companies are required by law to ensure that crossings are well marked and safe for traffic.
We have experience representing railroad accident injury claims, including those as a result of:
- Crossing alarm failure
- Crossing gate failure
- Train derailment
- Train engineer negligence
- Passenger injuries
- Failure to sound horn
- Obstructed line of sight
Railroad Crossing Personal Injury Attorneys
We are Pathfinders for Injured People; let us navigate you toward the financial compensation you and your family deserve. Contact our vehicle-train collision Attorneys at Steve Ray Law, PLLC today.