Thousands of train accidents occur every year, injuring hundreds of people and killing dozens more. Even relatively minor train crashes can cause serious injuries due to the sheer number of passengers. However, passengers aren’t the only people at risk. Victims in train crashes are sometimes people who fell onto the tracks or were crossing the tracks at the wrong time because of a defective signal or gate. No matter the cause, anyone seriously injured in a train accident deserves the chance to seek legal recourse.
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At Eisenberg, Cutt, Kendell & Olson, our attorneys are experienced in train accident cases. We understand what it takes to fight for and secure the legal outcome you deserve. Since we first opened our doors over 25 years ago, our team has handled cases throughout the United States, and have secured millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients. If you were seriously injured in a train accident, contact our firm today to discuss your situation with one of our attorneys.
Causes Of Train Accidents
Some of the most common causes of these types of crashes include:
- Train / train collisions
- Car / train collisions
- Railroad crossing accidents
Derailments often lead to the greatest number of injured passengers, and are most often the result of ignored safety standards, but can also be caused by:
- Broken or faulty tracks
- Obstacles or obstructions on the train tracks
- Faulty or malfunctioning equipment
- Excessive cargo weight
Work With A Law Firm You Can Count On
Train crashes are catastrophic events that can dramatically alter the lives of everyone involved. If you were seriously injured in an accident, our Salt Lake City train accident lawyers at Eisenberg, Cutt, Kendell & Olson are ready to fight for your rights, whether that means working out a settlement or taking your case in front of a jury. With years of experience handling cases across the country, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands when you work with us. Send us your information to start out with a free case evaluation, or call us at (801) 901-3470 to speak with a member of our firm today.