Mass Transit Accidents
Mass transit accidents typically consist of an accident involving bus, taxi, train or subway. While these systems are primarily designed to provide safe, convenient and reliable transportation they can also be involved in an accident. Many Marylanders have come to rely on public transportation in order to get to and from work, school and other necessary destinations. These same people have also come to expect that they will arrive safely at their destination and out of harms way. Unfortunately, each year many people in Maryland are injured as a result of careless driving or faulty products associated with the mass transit system. The Law Office of David Batzer maintains that those companies or public authorities should be held responsible for injuries to the public while in their care.
Possible Mass Transit Vehicle Accidents
Public or Private Bus Accidents
Commuter Train Accidents
Taxi Cab Accidents
Shuttle Bus Accidents
School Bus Accidents
Causes of Mass Transit Accidents in Maryland
Concerns After the Accident
If you are involved in a mass transit accident in Maryland there are several steps you should take to defend and protect yourself. Normally a claim card will be given out at the accident scene. This will be done by the responsible party or institution. Once a card is secured it may make sense to contact a qualified Harford County Mass Transit Accident Attorney.
Contact a Maryland Mass Transit Accident Lawyer
Filing a claim in a timely manner is important regarding getting the maximum amount of compensation for your pain,suffering, medical bills etc after a mass transit accident. Contact The Law Office of David Batzer to discuss your claim. Mr. Batzer has over 30 years experience helping those injured in accidents in Harford & Cecil Counties. Mr. Batzer and his staff will work very closely with you throughout the legal process whether a settlement is involved, or your case needs to go to trial. Mr Batzer can be reached at 410 879 2002 in Harford County. In Cecil County please call 410 392 6300.