Injured In A Bus Or Subway Accident? We Can Help Hold The MTA Accountable For Your Injuries
Every day, millions of New Yorkers, tourists and visitors use the mass transit. Unfortunately, the trains, buses and subways operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) frequently cause injuries that permanently alter the lives of passengers.
At Konta Georges & Buza P.C. we have a team of experienced lawyers ready to advocate for you. Serving clients throughout the five boroughs, we have helped hundreds of survivors hold the MTA accountable for its negligence.
Our award-winning attorneys are committed to recovering fair and just compensation for your damages, even if it means going to litigation.
MTA Accidents: What To Know
The MTA is accountable for several systems of public transportation in the New York City metro area. These include:
However, instances of negligence such as reckless operating, improper maintenance or hazardous areas can transform a normal part of your daily commute into a safety hazard.
Why Hire An Attorney?
Accidents involving public transportation are much more complicated than car accidents. Several government agencies, from the New York State Department of Transportation to the National Transportation Safety Board, may investigate them. The MTA will also have its own powerful legal team to protect it from injury claims.
Because it is so complex to investigate the scene, figure out the insurance logistics, communicate with the parties involved and file a claim, you need experienced legal help on your side.
We have handled dozens of MTA accident cases and understand how to cut through the red tape and get you fair compensation you deserve.
Hold The MTA Accountable With Our Help. Schedule A Free Consult.
Everyone deserves safe public transportation. If you sustained an injury on the subway, bus or other mass transit in New York, Konta Georges & Buza P.C. is here to help you. To request a free initial consultation with one of our team members, please call 917-336-0284 or send us an email.