Phoenix Improperly Marked Railroad Crossing Lawyer

Collisions between trains and motor vehicles are a leading cause of major railroad accidents, even though they are almost always preventable. Railroad companies, motorists, and government agencies all share the responsibility of minimizing the likelihood of these tragic wrecks. One simple way to make everyone safer is to post clear warning signs at railroad crossings.

If you have been in an accident because a railroad company or government agency failed to take this easy precaution, you could have grounds for legal action. Phoenix improperly marked railroad crossing lawyers Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.L.C. are prepared to fight for you. Call us today at 800-763-0964.

Railroad Crossing Dangers

When a driver approaches train tracks, it very important for him or her to stop, listen and look for a train, and proceed cautiously. Of course, in order to take these important steps, he or she needs to be aware that the tracks are there. This is why clearly posted and well maintained signs are such an important part of railroad safety.

Our team of experienced Phoenix railroad accident lawyers can help if you have been in an accident caused by:

  • A lack of warning signs near a railroad crossing
  • Railroad warning signs that have become unreadable due to age or damage
  • A failure to clear brush away from signs to ensure their visibility
  • Malfunctioning safety features like gates or flashing lights

You could be eligible for compensation for your medical expenses, property repairs, lost wages, and more if any of the above led to your train accident. More importantly, you can protect others in your community by making sure the cause of your accident is corrected.

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Phoenix poorly marked railroad crossing attorneys Haralson, Miller, Feldman, Pitt & McAnally, P.L.C. have the extensive experience and insight you need for success. Contact us today at 800-763-0964.

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