Train-on-Train Accident Attorney

Although rare, collisions that involve multiple trains are life-altering, devastating accidents that can result in severe injuries and catastrophic damage on a mass scale. At Farah & Farah, we understand the profound effect a train-on-train accident can have on your life. Serious injuries, emotional anguish, and psychological traumas can result from such a devastating accident.

We are experienced train-on-train accident lawyers and we ultimately want to help you through the tragic aftermath of a train-on-train accident, easing the burdens of any tedious or stressful paperwork so that you can heal from such an event. If you or a loved one were involved in a train-on-train accident, please contact us immediately to discuss your case.

What to Expect From our Train Accident Lawyers

At Farah & Farah, our train accident lawyers are committed to helping you through the toughest parts of your accident so that you can focus on what really matters. This means taking care of all the necessary items often follows a serious accident, such as:

  • Any tedious paperwork that you may be required to fill out
  • Any requests for interviews or testimony from other parties
  • Determining a proper course of action regarding compensation for your injuries
  • Negotiating with the at-fault parties on your behalf to ensure you receive damages that are fair
  • Consulting with medical and psychological professionals to help you receive the assistance you need

We want to help you through this potentially traumatic event in your life. Let us give you the support you deserve through this tough time.

Why Are Train-on-Train Accidents So Serious?

Collisions involving multiple trains are almost always more serious than other types of train accidents due to numerous factors:

  • Trains generate an incredible amount of force even at slower speeds. It’s said that the force of a 30-car freight train hitting a car is the same as the force of that same car crushing a soda can. When more than one train is involved, this can spell disaster.
  • Train passengers typically cannot anticipate or expect a train-on-train collision. In standard car accidents involving a train, the driver and passenger may be able to properly brace for an accident by visibly anticipating it. However, passengers in a train have significantly lower visibility of the conditions outside the train. This means that in cases of train-on-train accidents, they may not be in the safest position for impact – resulting in more serious injuries.
  • More people are involved in a train-on-train accident. A collision involving two trains may affect potentially hundreds of passengers.
  • A train-on-train collision can result in other accidents. The sheer force of two trains colliding can result in more serious accidents, such as derailments or other accidents at railroad crossings.

A Train-on-Train Accident Can Change Your Life

Train-on-train accidents almost always have a huge effect on any passengers involved. They can often suffer serious, life-threatening injuries, such as:

  • Fractures
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Severed limbs
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Death

Even if injuries are minor, a train-on-train accident can traumatize passengers significantly, causing issues such as:

  • Nightmares and trouble sleeping
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Survivor’s guilt
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder

These health conditions can affect a person’s life for months, years, or even decades. As a result, we should not expect these people to have to deal with the legal aftermath of a train-on-train accident without the assistance of a skilled train accident attorney.

Contact Us Today

If you or a loved one was involved in a train-on-train accident, contact Farah & Farah immediately to discuss your experience. We understand the severity of these accidents – and we sympathize with your recovery. Let us help you get through this stressful time by focusing on your healing and recovery instead of the legal red tape of the claims process. Compensation may not heal your wounds, but it can help you get started on the path to recovery.