Public transportation and mass transit is of great significance to Chicagoans. Whether traveling to work or for leisure, CTA buses and trains facilitate transportation for hundreds of commuters throughout the city. However, a number of distractions often contribute to driver negligence and conductor negligence that may cause serious injury. Catastrophic mass transit accidents can occur for various reasons: a bus driver may fail to stop at a red light or stop sign; an “L” car may derail or a passenger may fall off a platform; a pedestrian may be struck by a Metra train or a bus driver may have been driving under the influence (DUI). All of these mass transit accidents may result is severe injury and wrongful death. The personal injury lawyers of The Horwitz Law Group have extensive experience representing complex mass transit accident cases and have obtained millions in recovery for damages. If you have been injured in a mass transit accident, it is important that you work with a skilled mass transit accident litigator. Mass transit cases are intricate and complex and may involved numerous affected parties. Call the experienced personal injury lawyers of The Horwitz Law Group: (312) 642-9200 for a FREE consultation.
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