Can I Sue for A Slip and Fall Injury in A Train Station?

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Knowing who could potentially be held liable in a personal injury or premises liability claim is something that needs to be accomplished with the help of an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. You may be eligible to pursue numerous parties on behalf of your premises liability injury claim, including the city or municipality that may have been responsible for your injuries. If you experienced a slip and fall injury, you need a slip and fall lawyer.

Get a Lawyer to Help with Your Slip and Fall

You need to understand the various facts associated with your accident and share these directly with an experienced accident lawyer as soon as possible. If you suffer a slip and fall on a platform or the stairs of a train station, you might wonder whether or not the city could he held responsible for your injuries.

You need to consider whether or not a push from another passenger or person caused the fall or your own haste contributed to it, or whether a defect on the train station could have contributed to it. The critical issue associated with liability in such a slip and fall accident is what private or public entity has responsibility for the train station.

Find Out What Kind of Train and Who Owns the Station First

There are numerous different types of trains out there including those managed by NJ Transit, municipal railways, regional rails and state railroads. If you slipped and fell on a subway platform in New York City, for example, the agency responsible would be the Metropolitan Transportation Authority; however, the service may extend beyond city limits, meaning that if you were travelling in or out of the city from New Jersey, you could hold them responsible.

If you slipped and fell on a PATH train platform, you may be able to pursue a premises liability claim against the Port Authority of New York in New Jersey. This is the two state systems that owns and operates this rail system. The cities in which the system operates for this particular entity do not have direct responsibility for the maintenance of the system.

If you were riding Amtrak or anything else on NJ Transit, you would have to pursue a claim against New Jersey Transit for a slip and fall injury on a staircase or a platform. The city in which those stations are located do not have direct responsibility for accidents. It is important to keep in mind that any passenger railroad located throughout New Jersey is a government entity so there are special rules associated with suing them. You need to pursue a premises liability claim in a timely fashion and therefore, you need to hire an experienced slip and fall lawyer sooner rather than later.

Only a slip and fall lawyer can walk you through how the various facts of your case contribute towards the development of a slip and fall injury claim and what evidence you need to have on your side in order to pursue maximum compensation under the law. With so many unique concerns affecting the outcome of your case, time is critical at this stage and you should not hesitate to notify the agency responsible for your injuries about your anticipation of filing a claim.

This can be assisted by hiring an experienced premises liability lawyer who has a track record of pursuing full and fair outcomes on behalf of clients. You deserve to have someone advocating for you and keeping you informed of the status of your case as it unfolds through the New Jersey courts.

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If you or a loved one has been injured in a slip and fall accident at a train station in New Jersey, including the PATH Train, NJ Transit, Amtrak or in their parking lots, get the medical attention you need first. Then, call RAM Law now for a free initial consultation.  Contact us by e-mail or call our offices, in New Brunswick at 732-247-3600 or in Somerville at 908-448-2560.


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