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Southern California Mass Transit And Bus Accidents

Many people throughout Los Angeles and Southern California rely on public transportation, buses and trains to commute throughout the area, avoiding heavy traffic. Transportation companies are heavily regulated and monitored to ensure that passengers are carried safely to their destination.

When companies fail to comply with these regulations or drivers and operators act negligently or recklessly, accidents can occur. Given the number of people using public transportation and how many people are on the street or sidewalks, the outcome can be devastating.

Public Transportation Accidents — Recovering The Damages You Deserve

At Sullivan & Sullivan, we provide aggressive representation on behalf of victims of mass transit and bus accidents. Our attorneys have the experience needed to hold the transportation companies accountable for their actions and that of their drivers, and we recover maximum damages on behalf of our clients.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a public transportation or mass transit accident, we can help. Call our South Bay law offices today at 310-870-0369 for a free initial consultation.

Our firm represents all types of public transportation accidents, including:

  • Buses hitting pedestrians or other drivers
  • Buses stopping or starting too quickly, causing injuries to passengers
  • Reckless driving or speeding by taxis
  • Train accidents
  • Taxis hitting pedestrians or other vehicles
  • Accidents caused by disrepair to the vehicle, bus or train

Our firm will thoroughly investigate how the accident occurred and what should have been done to protect the injured individual. We seek full compensation to cover medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

For more information about how we can help you seek damages for a public transportation accident, please contact our law offices today.