Several train tracks run throughout Milwaukee, and many more across Wisconsin, to deliver both people and cargo to set destinations. While these passenger and freight trains serve their purpose, they and the tracks they follow require constant maintenance. Neglectful supervision and control of train engines can lead to a collision or derailment that causes catastrophic injury or death.
At Casey Law Offices, S.C., our Milwaukee train accident attorneys have seen through the cases we have accepted just how much devastation a train accident can cause someone and their family. If you have been hurt in a train accident as a passenger or in a car collision with a train, allow us to take up your case and represent you in and out of court. You can depend on us to go the extra mile for you and work tirelessly to secure the maximum compensation available for your claim.
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A locomotive is a massive piece of machinery of unfathomable weight and power. Like all machines, it is full of moving parts that must be properly maintained and routinely inspected. If a single piece fails during operation, it can result in a train that runs out of control until it derails or crashes.
Many train accidents are not caused by mechanical failure but instead by the neglect and carelessness of conductors and engineers. Failing to pay attention to track signals can cause two engines to collide into one another. Ignoring posted speed limits may cause a passenger train to careen and tumble on sharp turns. No matter the true cause of a train accidents, the people who suffer injuries due to them should always be given appropriate compensation.
There are very rarely injuries caused by a train accident that can be considered minor. Due to the size and speed at which trains travel, passengers may suffer brain injuries, spinal cord damage, and other catastrophic injuries. In turn, the compensation they receive should also be substantial in order to cover the extensive damages incurred.
Most trains are controlled by a large parent corporation or backed by labor unions. People who file train accident claims are often surprised by the influence of their opposition. Rather than struggling to overcome the challenges of litigation on your own, allow our Milwaukee personal injury lawyers to represent you from start to finish. We have more than 25 years of legal and trial experience and a listing of recent case successes.
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