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How to Recover Damages for Boarding and Exiting Train Accident Injuries

The good news is that the vast majority of boarding and exiting train accident injuries are not fatal. The bad news is that the injuries that result from getting on and off a train can be significant. As each New York railroad attorney at our office understands, each injury is unique and each injured victim deserves damages if the injury was caused by the railroad's negligence.

Our New York train injury lawyers fight hard for victims who have been hurt in New York or New Jersey train accidents. Typically, we strongly advocate for our clients recovery of:

  • Medical Costs. We will fight for you to recover past and reasonably anticipated future medical costs, including expenses related to any rehabilitation therapy that you need.
  • Lost Income. Our lawyers will advocate for your complete recovery of past and future lost income caused by your accident.
  • Out-of-Pocket Expenses. Our attorneys will fight for your out-of-pocket expenses such as child care, housekeeping, transportation services or other expenses incurred as a result of your injury.
  • Pain and Suffering. If you have been significantly hurt, then we will fight hard for you to receive compensation for the pain and suffering your injury caused you.

Of course, the amount of damages is dependent on both the injuries you suffered and the circumstances of the accident. For more information about your case and your potential recovery, please contact a New York railroad lawyer at 1-800-362-9329. 

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