Railroad Crossing Accidents
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According to statistics from the Federal Railroad Administration, Illinois and Missouri are among the most dangerous states in the nation in terms of railroad crossing accidents, placing in the top five states for the highest number of crossing fatalities in 2011.
When a dangerous railroad crossing causes an accident, fast action by an experienced team of personal injury attorneys and investigators can make a critical difference in discovering all the causes of the accident and obtaining just financial recovery for the victims and their families.
Accidents that occur at highway-rail grade crossings make up the majority of all train-related deaths each year – an estimated amount of 300 to 400 fatalities annually. Someone should be held responsible, including those who maintain the tracks, the crossing signals, or the roadways leading up to the tracks.
At Gray, Ritter & Graham in St. Louis, our lawyers obtain compensation for people who have been injured in railroad crossing accidents. Crossing accidents can result from numerous potential causes.
A motorist may not be able to avoid a train accident if those responsible for maintaining the area fails to do so. Any railroad crossing accident must be investigated thoroughly to conclude why it occurred and who is responsible.
If a loved one was injured or killed by a train, talk to an experienced GRG lawyer to make sure the evidence is preserved so that the crossing accident can be carefully investigated.
GRG lawyers have represented individuals who have been injured in railroad crossing accidents for over 60 years. Our investigators can get to the scene quickly. Contact us for a consultation. We represent clients in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, and the surrounding region.meet the team that has served the people for over 70 years
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