Over $40 Million Recovered In Verdicts & Settlements

Mass Transit, Bus, Train & Taxi Cab Accidents

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  • $3.2 Million Pedestrian Accident
  • $2.8 Million Car Accident
  • $1.8 Million Construction Accident
  • $1.6 Million Pedestrian Accident
  • $1.5 Million Pedestrian Accident
  • $1.4 Million Slip, Trip and Fall Accident
  • $1.3 Million Pedestrian Accident
  • $1.3 Million NYCTA Bus Accident
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    MTA Accident Lawyers in NYC

    The Pryor Law Firm Provides 25 Years of Dedicated Advocacy

    At The Pryor Law Firm, we represent many people who were injured in accidents involving a subway car, railroad car, city bus, school bus, taxicab or accidents that occurred on station platforms, stairways or other areas on public transit property. Our MTA accident lawyers in NYC have litigated many cases with the MTA, New York City Transit Authority, Long Island Railroad, Metro North and others on behalf of our clients.

    Mass transit and public transportation accident cases often involve complicated legal issues and evidentiary issues law, so it makes sense to work with an attorney who understands the challenges of complex litigation against a public agency. Our Mass Transit Accident Lawyer in NYC has a solid track record of success in these types of cases. Kenneth A. Pryor recently won $775,000 jury verdict against the NYCTA for an elderly Brooklyn woman who injured her knee in a fall on dangerous and defective subway station stairs.

    If you are looking for legal advice about your right to recover money damages from the MTA, New York City Transit Authority or another transportation agency, contact us at (855) 719-0590 for a free consultation.

    What is the MTA in New York City?

    New York City transportation can be complicated, as there are several options available to those living in New York City. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is responsible for the organization and efficiency of all the different forms of transportation in New York City.

    The MTA includes overseeing the following types of mass transits in NYC:

    • Subways
    • Buses
    • Railroads
    • Bridges
    • Tunnels

    Experienced Counsel for All Mass Transit Accident Claimsundefined

    The Pryor Law Firm works to give each client personal service and reliable advice about the value and strength of their case. Once our law firm is committed to your claim, we do everything possible to collect as much as possible for you through careful investigation and sound pretrial strategies. When you need to decide whether to accept a settlement offer or take your case to trial, you can count on us for accurate information and sound guidance.

    Our Mass Transit Accident Lawyers in NYC investigate and present claims for damages on behalf of people whose public transportation injuries resulted from any number of causes, including:

    • Passenger injuries suffered in motor vehicle accidents involving a bus or train
    • Injuries sustained at bus stops, subway stations or on platforms
    • Accidents suffered while boarding or exiting a bus or train
    • Motorist injuries suffered in collisions with buses or trains
    • Accidents involving intercity buses, charter buses or privately owned buses
    • School bus accidents
    • Accidents involving taxis or cab drivers
    • Limousine accidents
    • Collisions involving hospitality or courtesy vans, airport limos, shuttle buses or similar vehicles
    • Injuries caused by other passengers when the facts indicate the likelihood of negligent security

    Prompt Action Is Essential in Mass Transit Accident Litigation

    It is essential to get legal advice about your rights as soon as possible after any bus, subway or train accident in New York State, especially if you have a potential claim against any public authority, public agency or any municipality. For instance, you may need to file an official written notice of your claim against a public authority or public agency within 90 days after you suffered the injury. If you fail to file a timely notice of claim with the correct agency, you will lose your right to sue that agency, with very limited exceptions. Additionally, the time limit to file a lawsuit against public authorities or public agencies is typically much shorter than the time limitations for private entities. You may not even realize that your claim involves a public authority, so it is best to seek legal advice as soon as possible to avoid missing any notice of claim deadlines.

    Our Mass Transit Accident Lawyers in NYC Offer Free Consultations

    To make sure that you do not run into deadline problems in your potential lawsuit against a public transit authority, contact The Pryor Law Firm as soon as possible after the accident. It costs you nothing to discuss your case with an experienced mass transit accident lawyer in New York City.

    With offices in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Nassau County, our firm is convenient for people throughout New York City and Long Island. If you are unable to meet with us at any of our locations, we can visit you at your home or in the hospital. We charge nothing to discuss your case with you or to investigate and develop your claims. Our Bus Transit Accident Lawyer in NYConly collects an attorney’s fee and recover our expenses if we recover money for you through settlement or trial.

    Schedule your free consultation at (855) 719-0590 to learn more about your rights after an accident.

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