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NY-NJ PATH Train Accident Lawyers
PATH Train Accident Lawyers
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Our PATH Train accident lawyers represent commuters hurt traveling to or from New York City.
The PATH train operates commuter train lines connecting New York and New Jersey. The trains travel through tunnels and tubes running underneath the Hudson River.
PATH Train Stations in Manhattan:
● World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan
● Christopher Street in Greenwich Village
● West 9th Street
● West 14th Street
● West 23rd Street
● West 33rd Street
PATH Train Stations in New Jersey:
● Exchange Place
● Grove Street
● Journal Square
Hurt on the PATH Train?
When an accident occurs on a PATH train or in a PATH station, a Notice of Claim should be filed with the Port Authority, City & State within 90 days. Otherwise, the injured party will be barred from filing a claim for monetary compensation.
In addition, accident victims should obtain a prompt medical diagnosis of any injuries sustained.
HOBOKEN TERMINAL CRASH: A speeding PATH Train plowed through track safety barriers as it entered the Hoboken Terminal on the morning of September 29, 2016. The accident caused at least 4 train cars to derail and collide into each other, and toppled the station’s canopy roof. A woman standing on the station platform was struck and killed by flying debris, while more than 110 passengers and train crew were injured. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
If you have been hurt on a train or in the train station, call our personal injury lawyers for a free case evaluation today.
Our attorneys file claims for maximum compensation in New York and New Jersey.
Call us for a free consultation today.