Hurt in a Train Car or NYC Station?
Brooklyn Train Accident Lawyers
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Our Brooklyn train accident lawyers represent injury victims hurt on the rails or in a New York City train station.
● NYC Subway
Their are roughly 160 subway stations in Brooklyn, and 472 throughout New York City. The rapid transit system runs hundreds of miles of track both underground and above ground. Much of the NYC subway tunnel system and infrastructure dates back more than 100 years. The NYC Subway system is operated by the New York State Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) and New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA) a/k/a “New York City Transit”.
● Long Island Railroad
The Long Island Railroad connects commuters between Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, Jamaica Queens, Penn Station in Manhattan, and across Nassau & Suffolk Counties in Long Island. The light rail train system is operated by the New York State Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA).
● PATH Train / NJ Transit
The PATH train shuttles commuters from New Jersey to Lower Manhattan and Manhattan’s West Side. The train system is operated by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey. If you have been hurt on a PATH train or station, a Notice of Claim must be filed with the Port Authority within 90 days of the accident in order to preserve the claim.
Amtrak provides inter-state passenger train service between Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and across the United States. Most Amtrak injury claims are filed in federal court.
Metro-North commuter train service runs between Grand Central Station in Manhattan, Harlem, White Plains, Westchester, and across the Hudson Valley. A December 2013 derailment in Spuyten Duvil, Bronx marked one of the most serious accident’s in the railroad’s history.
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