Every day, hundreds of thousands of people in Massachusetts entrust public transportation providers such as the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) to get them safely to their destination. Unfortunately, serious accidents can occur while riding or sharing the roadways with mass transit vehicles such as buses, subways, trolleys and taxicabs.
If you have been in an accident involving a public transportation vehicle, it is important to contact an experienced lawyer immediately. You have only two years from the date of your accident to file a claim. Additionally, because mass transit entities are governed by the state, there are different rules and requirements for filing claims against them.
At Connell & Foresta, we are intimately familiar with the laws that govern the public transportation system. We will help you take the right steps to ensure that you receive the compensation you need and deserve. For a free consultation with one of our experienced Andover public transportation accident attorneys, call 978-794-7900.
Experience in Claims Against Public Transportation Entities
Whether you have been injured while riding public transportation or you were in a collision with a mass transit vehicle, you have a right to seek compensation. However, the process can be daunting, and if the steps are not followed exactly, your claim may be denied completely. You don't want to go up against these powerful government entities without a seasoned attorney by your side.
Our attorneys have handled numerous mass transit cases. We understand the unique laws that govern these entities as well as the strict filing and notification requirements. We will conduct a full investigation to determine who was at fault for your accident. We will hold all of the negligent parties responsible and explore every available avenue of compensation.
Contact an MBTA Accident Attorney at Connell & Foresta
To discuss your case with one of our experienced lawyers in a free consultation, call 978-794-7900 or contact us online. You will not pay legal fees unless we recover compensation for you.