The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) was established in 1964 to serve as the official mass transit system for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Today, it serves a growing list of cities, towns, and municipalities and offers the subway, commuter rail, buses, trains and ferry boats for public usage.MBTA/Boston Subway Accident Lawyers at the Massachusetts Law Firm of Altman & Altman, LLP
Whether you utilize the MBTA on a daily basis or only on occasion, the potential risk of injury is ever present, as evidenced by accidents of the past. If you have been involved in an MBTA accident, the attorneys at Altman & Altman LLP can help you resolve your claim and collect you due compensation for any losses that resulted from the accident. The personal injury attorneys at the Greater Boston Law Firm of Altman & Altman, LLP have over 40 years of experience of successfully bringing claims against liable parties such as the MBTA.
We will aggressively advocate on your behalf in order for you to recover payment for:
- Any medical bills
- Lost wages ensuing from the accident
- Property damage
- Pain and suffering claims
- Long term care and disability
- Other injury related claims
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Our lawyers can also assist you in:
- Identifying the nature and extent of your injury
- Processing an injury settlement
- Representing you through trial, if necessary
Altman & Altman has successfully handled hundreds of MBTA injury cases, so our lawyers possess a particularly remarkable amount of experience in an extensive range of these types of cases. As a result, they are more than properly equipped to handle your MBTA subway, train and/or bus accident injury case. We recognize that MBTA accidents can unexpectedly impose a large financial burden or inconvenience upon your life and that the repercussions of such accidents are unwelcome. Our MA Subway/Train Accident Lawyers will dedicate themselves to settling your MBTA train injury, MBTA bus injury or Commuter Rail Accident Injury as quickly and thoroughly as possible.Injuries on MBTA Premises (Boston Subways/ Commuter Rail & Bus Stops)
MBTA injuries can also refer to any injuries that occurred on MBTA premises due to unsafe conditions for which MBTA is liable. Unsafe conditions can arise in a number of different locations, including, but not limited to, bus or train stations, inside buses or trains, on station platforms, stairs, doors, elevators, stairwells, egresses, entryways, and exits. Whatever the details of the accident may be, if it occurred on MBTA premises and is resultant from conditions that could have been avoided by the MBTA, our experienced injury trial attorneys at Altman & Altman LLP can assist you in obtaining financial compensation for your injuries.
If you or a loved one has been injured on the Boston Subway, Commuter Rail, Bus or any other MBTA transportation equipment or location, please contact our personal injury law firm by phone at 617.492.3000 or toll-free at 800.481.6199 or Contact Us Online to schedule a Free Initial Consultation with one of our experienced MBTA/Boston Subway accident lawyers. Our attorneys are available to speak with you around the clock, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week - including nights and weekends.