KGG Law Investigates Hoboken Train Crash

On Sept 29th, a New Jersey Transit train from Spring Valley crashed into the Hoboken station, killing 3 and injuring more than 100 people. The horrific crash caused a portion of the train station to collapse, according to reports by local news.

Kantrowitz Goldhamer and Graifman are actively investigating the incident, as authorities report that operator error may have caused the crash, raising questions of liability.

Do I Need a New Jersey Train Accident Lawyer?

According to the Federal Railroad Administration Office of Safety Analysis, there were 1,329 train accidents in the U.S. in 2012. In contrast, in 2012 an estimated 2.36 million people were injured in motor vehicle traffic crashes, according the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Public transportation accidents like these often involve complex litigation. Several parties might share a degree of responsibility for the crash, including equipment manufacturers, subcontractors, municipal bodies and private companies. We have experience tracing complex accidents back to their root causes and holding negligent parties accountable for the harm they caused.

Our attorneys have dealt with personal injury accidents of all shapes and sizes, and we have a proven reputation of obtaining successful results. We help those dealing with the wrongful death of a loved one, lost job wages, overwhelming medical bills and injuries, such as burn injuries, head injuries and spine and back injuries. With us in your corner, you will be secure in the knowledge that your rights are being protected at every turn, allowing you to concentrate on your recovery and putting the pieces of your life back together during what is probably one of the most difficult times of your life.

Find a New Jersey Train Accident Attorney

Whether the New Jersey train accident left you with the loss of a loved one, injuries, lost wages, medical bills or all of the above, we are here for you. You did not cause the train to derail and you should not be the one suffering because it did.

For a free initial consultation, contact our personal injury attorneys via online contact form or toll free at (800) 711-5258 today.