The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) has a legal duty to maintain its vehicles and premises. If it failed to do so and you were injured as a direct result, you can seek compensation for your losses.
At Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., our Pennsylvania attorneys have more than 100 years of combined experience. This means you can count on us to thoroughly know the law and to clearly understand the best methods to use in your personal injury case.
In addition, our lawyers have been awarded Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating of AV Preeminent* and granted membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. These accolades testify to our exceptional legal skill. We will put this same skill to work on your behalf, seeking the financial compensation you need to recover and move on with life. To better serve you, we have offices in Allentown, Philadelphia, Reading, Lancaster, Cherry Hill, New Jersey and New York. Call us at 215-732-2260.
If SEPTA Was Negligent, You May Have A Strong Case
If you were injured in a moving bus, train or trolley, you may possibly have a valid claim against SEPTA. Here are a few potential examples:
- You are riding on a bus when it collides with another vehicle.
- You are riding on a bus when it comes to a sudden stop, throwing you forward and injuring you.
- While you are trying to exit a train, the conductor starts it moving prematurely, causing you to fall.
- You are walking down the sidewalk when a bus swerves into your path and hits you.
- You trip on a broken step at a SEPTA train station and tumble down the stairs.
We have years of experience dealing with SEPTA claims, and our lawyers can investigate the details of your situation and advise you accordingly.
It Costs You Nothing To Get A Professional Legal Opinion
Schedule a free consultation about your particular train, trolley or bus accident case by calling us at 215-732-2260 or sending us an email. We answer the phone 24/7, so don’t hesitate to contact us today and get the advice you need. We are ready and willing to help.
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