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Bus, Train Or Plane: We Are Your Attorneys In Chicago And Its Suburbs

Accidents involving public transportation can present legal challenges. Liability and insurance issues are sometimes complex. Injuries are often serious in crashes and other accidents occurring on or around mass transit vehicles such as CTA buses, Metra trains, Pace buses and Amtrak trains. Recent noteworthy bus accidents in the Chicago area have included the crash of an O’Hare shuttle bus into a concrete lane barrier in August 2014, injuring 13 passengers.

If you or your loved one suffered a serious or catastrophic injury in a bus accident, a train accident or any public transportation accident, you need qualified legal counsel just as surely as you need top-notch medical treatment and rehabilitation.

What Our Attorneys Can Do For You

An experienced, accomplished personal injury lawyer from FMCO Law can evaluate your bus, train or aviation accident and advise you on the best path to recovery of compensation for:

  • Medical care
  • Lost wage replacement
  • Pain and suffering

If a government entity is responsible, our attorneys can cut through bureaucracy. If a private transportation company is liable, we can sort out complex insurance matters and layers of liability such as the driver, the dispatching company, the owner of the vehicle, a leasing entity or any other responsible party.

Our Chicago-area plaintiffs’ law firm has built a strong reputation for skillful handling of complex, unique cases. Our lawyers are innovative, tenacious and recognized for their many successful case results.

Representing People Hurt In Public Transportation Accidents

Reach us by phone at 630-232-7450 or complete our email contact form to request a case evaluation regarding your public transportation accident. Meet us at our Illinois law office in Geneva by phone or via Skype. Our office hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Evening and weekend appointments, home visits and hospital visits can be arranged as needed.