Were you injured or was a family member killed in a mass transit accident involving any of the transit lines (bus, train or light rail) that serve Northern California? If so, you are urged to contact a knowledgeable personal injury attorney promptly. Do not wait for authorities to offer you a settlement — it is very likely to be worth much less than your injuries call for. Talk to a lawyer at the Law Office of John J. Garvey, III, who can tell you what to expect and how to file claims to obtain monetary compensation.
You may have suffered a back and neck injury, broken bone, or head injury as a boarding, standing or sitting passenger; as a pedestrian or bicyclist; or as an occupant of a car that collided with any of the following transit lines:
San Jose, California-Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) services, including VTA bus service, VTA light rail service, DASH or River Oaks light rail service, ACE train/shuttles, Dumarton express bus, Highway 17 express bus, MST 55 bus; Muni, BART, cable cars or commuter ferries in the San Francisco Bay area; or a Golden Gate transit bus, to name a few possibilities.
Your injuries may be mild, serious, severe, or catastrophic. Your San Jose bus accident lawyer may face a challenging task after a BART accident or any mass transit accident. The NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) will most likely conduct an investigation into the causes of the accident. Understanding the legal complexities involved in seeking and obtaining compensation is a job for a skilled San Jose area BART and light rail accident lawyer.
Contact John J. Garvey, III, experienced San Jose mass transit accident lawyer, to schedule a consultation if you have suffered injury on mass transit in the South Bay area, and need a well-informed analysis of insurance coverage available to pay your medical bills and other losses. We handle these cases on a contingency fee basis, which means there is no fee unless you recover. Call 408-293-7777 for an appointment. We are proud to serve Santa Clara, Monterey, and San Benito Counties along with the surrounding areas.
While this website provides general information, it does not constitute legal advice. The best way to get guidance on your specific legal issue is to contact a lawyer. To schedule a meeting with the attorney, please call at 408-293-7777 or complete the intake form below.