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New York Public Transportation Accident Lawyers

New Yorkers rely upon public transportation every day. If you have been hurt while using public transportation, however, you may feel that your options are limited as the process for recovering compensation is very different than a typical car accident. Any passenger who has been injured while using public transportation is entitled to compensation for his or her injuries.

All forms of public transportation are considered common carriers as they transport any member of the public who pays for a ride. Common carriers are required by law to provide the utmost care and attention in transporting passengers safely. Many transportation accidents, however, could have been prevented by more attentive and safe operation of the vehicle. If you have been injured in a public transportation accident, we can help.

Representing Individuals Throughout the City and Brooklyn

At Sullivan & Brill, LLP, we are committed to helping individuals seek maximum damages for the injuries they endured due to public transportation, drivers, and operators. Our firm represents clients who have endured accidents in a broad range of transportation forms, including taxi, ferry, and car service accidents.

Our attorneys will thoroughly investigate the accident and determine exactly how it was caused. We will pull the driving records of the taxi driver or transportation operator responsible for the accident and determine if there is a history of safety concerns with that individual. Our attorneys will also look into the general maintenance and repair of the vehicle, as well as steps that should have been taken by the company to protect passengers.

Contact our Experienced Trial Attorneys

If you have been injured in a public transportation accident, please contact our firm to discuss your case and learn your options during a free consultation.


Areas We Serve

Our firm serves clients throughout New York State, including New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, Binghamton, Albany, Syracuse, and Long Island.

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