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Fighting The MBTA For Compensation After An Accident

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) operates buses, subways, commuter rails and ferries throughout the region. While it is safer to use public transportation than to drive your own car, MBTA accidents do happen. When they do, passengers, workers and bystanders are often seriously injured or killed.

Involved in an MBTA accident? Suffered injuries? Call us now at 866-491-6561 or email us for experienced representation.

MBTA Accident Lawyers Who Get Results

If you have been injured in an MBTA accident, turn to our attorneys at The Law Offices of Joseph J. Cariglia, P.C., in Worcester. Our attorneys have won significant verdicts and settlements for MBTA accident victims for more than five decades.

We have the resources, knowledge and passion to help you recover the full amount of financial compensation you deserve. Our legal team represents victims of negligence harmed in accidents involving:

  • Derailments
  • Collision of freight trains and passenger trains
  • Commuter and light rail accidents
  • Bus accidents
  • Subway accidents
  • T-train accidents
  • Inadequate maintenance
  • Unmarked or inadequately marked crossing

Our attorneys are respected for their professionalism and their ability to get results in MBTA accident claims. We will thoroughly investigate your case, determine all possible sources of liability, and aggressively pursue full and fair compensation for the damages you have suffered.

However It Happened, We Can Help

Was the train engineer or bus driver drunk at the time of the accident? Were the train tracks in a poor state of repair? Did a railroad employee send a train down the wrong track?

We will investigate the circumstances and build a solid and compelling case for compensation. For a free initial consultation about your MBTA accident, please email us or call our office today at 866-491-6561. Remember, we don’t get paid unless we win money damages for you.