Injured in a Train Accident? We Will Aggressively Fight for Your Rights.

St. Louis Train Accident Attorney

Rail Accident Lawyer in St. Louis

Train accidents result in devastating injuries in almost every incident and occurrence. From derailments to rollovers to crashes with other engines, every train accident should be preventable with enough care and maintenance.

Despite this truth, train companies, such as Amtrak, Kansas City Southern Railway, and CSX Transportation, are not held automatically accountable for the accidents they cause. It is up to the injured individuals to take matters into their own hands and file a lawsuit for compensation.

When you are going up against a large corporation, such as one that owns a railway system, you need a reliable team of attorneys in your corner. At Kolker Law Firm, our St. Louis train accident lawyers are well-known from east to west for being capable of taking on any opposition for our clients.

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Devastating Consequences of Train Accidents

Trains are one of the only few vehicles that the Department of Transportation (DOT) does not require to be equipped with seatbelts.

This leaves passengers vulnerable to serious injuries in any sort of collision. Even crashing into a smaller vehicle, such as a personal automobile stuck on the tracks, can result in serious injuries to passengers or, in a worst case scenario, a total derailment of the engine.

Injuries often reported in train accidents include:

Compensation should include enough payment to cover all of your medical expenses, lost wages, and reduced earning potential. It is not uncommon for a train accident to result in passenger deaths. If your loved one has lost their life due to a rail accident, you can file a wrongful death lawsuit.

If successful, you should be compensated for their final medical expenses, the income they should have earned within their lifetime, and nominal damages for your own loss of companionship and comfort.

Who Can Be Found Liable for a Train Accident

A train accident is sure to be more complex than most personal injury cases, not only due to the scale of the damage that can occur but also due to how many parties might be found liable. No train or rail system is maintained by just one person, or even one company.

Multiple groups must come together to make it function safely, from the conductor and the engineer onboard to schedule controllers and company executives. If you want to achieve compensation for your injuries, you must bring your lawsuit against the right parties. In order to eliminate the guesswork, you should retain our personal injury and rail accident attorney as soon as you can.

Call (314) 684-8285 for Uncompromising Legal Advocacy

At Kolker Law Firm, our clients’ needs and best interest are our priorities and biggest concerns. Through hard work, preservation, and unrivaled knowledge and know-how, we bring everything we have to every case we take.

Our mission is to see you recover from your train accident in the greatest comfort possible.

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