Red Bank, NJ, Public Transportation Accident Attorneys


Were You Injured Aboard a New Jersey Bus or Train?

Few people give a second thought to boarding a bus, a train or a plane. However, in public transportation, one small act of negligence on someone else’s part can end up injuring numerous innocent travelers at once.

At Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio L.L.C., our skilled attorneys have been representing personal injury victims for more than 30 years. Our New Jersey law firm helps injured individuals and their families obtain full and fair compensation after all types of negligence-related incidents, including:

  • Airplane Accidents
  • Charter Bus Accidents
  • Ferryboat Accidents
  • New Jersey Rail and Port Authority Accidents
  • New Jersey Transit Bus Accidents
  • Passenger, Commuter and Freight Train Accidents
  • School Bus Accidents
  • Subway Accidents
  • Taxi Accidents

Choose a Lawyer with the Detailed Legal Knowledge You Need

In a public transportation accident, it is important to retain a personal injury lawyer with the specialized legal knowledge to handle these complex cases. If you were injured on a passenger bus, for instance, your lawyer must be very familiar with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations. If you were harmed in a subway accident, on the other hand, your advocate should be well versed in the regulations laid down by the Federal Transit Administration.

We maintain an up-to-date understanding of all these regulations and other laws — such as Title 49 of the U.S. Code — that pertain to the transportation industry in order to develop strong cases for our clients.

Contact Our Lawyers in NJ for Commuter Ferry Boat Crashes, Bus Accidents and More

The attorneys of Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio L.L.C. help people in New Jersey, and statewide to recover compensation for lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering and other damages. Call us at 973-326-9099 or contact us online to learn more or to arrange a free initial consultation.

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