Train Accident Attorneys
Getting Victims Of SunRail And Other Train Accidents Fair Compensation
The SunRail, the commuter train or "light rail" transit line set to run from DeBary to Orlando in its first phase and ultimately from Deland to Poinciana, is a convenient and economic transportation media expected to be used by millions of users.
In other U.S. cities where similar transit projects have been completed, their general success has been accompanied by some serious accidents and injuries. Should you or a family member suffer serious injuries in any type of SunRail-related accident, our injury attorneys will be prepared to provide passionate legal advocacy.
Prepared To Address Crossing Collisions, Pedestrian Accidents And Job Injuries
The safety record of other light rail/commuter train projects has been generally solid, but serious injury-causing and fatal accidents have occurred, including:
- Car-train collisions at commuter train crossings due to malfunctioning or confusing warning mechanisms
- Pedestrian accidents at crossings and on passenger platforms
- On-the-job injuries to light rail construction workers, sometimes caused by the negligence of contractors and subcontractors other than their employers
Vigorous Representation Throughout The Area Serviced By SunRail
Relief from traffic congestion and other benefits of SunRail are much anticipated. However, vigilance will be necessary to maintain community safety near the trains and crossings. Applying decades of experience earning maximum compensation for people — both residents and visitors — injured in Orange County, Seminole County and elsewhere in Central Florida, our lawyers will be a valuable resource should a SunRail accident harm you or your family.
Proven Orlando Accident And Injury Law Firm
At LaBar Adams, we can help with all types of serious personal injury cases. Our SunRail injury attorneys in Orlando have the knowledge and experience to hold any responsible party accountable for negligence that harms others — and that includes government entities such as the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).