Helping SEPTA Collision Victims Through A Complex Process

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), for the most part, provides safe and reliable transportation to area commuters and visitors. Statistically speaking, there are relatively few injuries on SEPTA buses and trains. There have been times, however, when negligence on the part of key SEPTA personnel has resulted in serious collisions and severe injuries, leading to train collision claims being filed in Pennsylvania.

If you have been injured in a SEPTA bus or train collision, you should seek the advice of a qualified personal injury lawyer who understands the unique laws surrounding public transportation and commercial vehicle collisions and taking legal action against a government entity. There are specific laws in place that govern these types of collisions and specific procedures that must be followed. Having the right attorney on your side can help to ensure a favorable outcome in your case.

Reliable Handling Of Train And Bus Collision Claims

The attorneys at the law firm of Graham & Mauer, P.C., have a strong reputation for their handling of collisions involving SEPTA trains and buses as well as collisions that occur at bus stops and on train platforms. Our complete knowledge of the law surrounding these matters allows us to provide sound advice regarding the viability of your claim and your legal options.

We have substantial experience with SEPTA collisions, and we know the best approach to obtaining the maximum level of compensation available for your claim. There are strict time limits in place for you to file a claim for damages, and missing those deadlines can eliminate your ability to file a claim at all. We will take care of all the administrative matters for you and ensure that all available options are pursued on your behalf.

Talk To One Of Our Attorneys About Your SEPTA Collision Claim

Contact one of our offices in Valley Forge or Harrisburg to discuss your SEPTA collision injury claim with a lawyer. We offer a free initial consultation in every case involving trains and buses. We will provide a complete review of your case, explain your legal options and let you know how we can help you. You can contact us at 610-933-3333 or via email. An attorney will answer the phone when you call.