Thursday, May 30, 2024

NYC Public Transportation Accident Lawyer Jonathan C. Reiter Talks About Various Types of Accidents

Last updated Saturday, July 11, 2020 13:25 ET

As New York City Starts to Open Learn About 3 Types of NYC Public Transportation Accidents You Need to Know

New York City, United States, 07/11/2020 / SubmitMyPR /

With one of the largest and most complex NYC public transportation systems in the world, public transportation in and around New York City serves a population of 15.3 million people. 

Unfortunately, public transportation accidents happen every day. Pedestrians and bicyclists can be struck by a bus. Bus passengers can be involved in accidents, and people who take trains, or the subway can be hurt in a crash. Passengers on the Staten Island Ferry may be injured in falls or collisions. Injuries span a wide range, from cuts and bruises to broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, amputations and death.  

Read the story here 

  • Public Transportation Accidents in New York City
  • New York City Subway Accidents  
  • NYC Bus Accidents 
  • New York Train Accidents 
  • What to Do If You’re Hurt on NYC Public Transportation

If you have been injured while using public transportation in New York City, it’s important to discuss your case with a New York City public transportation accident lawyer. There are strict time limits for filing a claim, so don’t delay consulting with an experienced NYC public transportation personal injury lawyer. 

Learn: What New Yorkers need to know about public transportation As New York City prepares to reopen



Prior results cannot and do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome with respect to any future case. Recoveries always depend upon the facts and circumstances of each case, the injuries suffered, damages incurred, and the responsibility of those involved.


This news has been published for the above source. Kiss PR Brand Story Press Release News Desk was not involved in the creation of this content. For any service, please contact https://story.kisspr.com.