Traverse Legal's lawyers have been retained by, and are currently representing, victims of Washington Metro Train Accident against the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA or Metro). Visit the Metro Victim FAQ Page to understand your legal rights or contact a lawyer for a free no-risk consultation.
At least nine people were killed and many more victims injured when two Metro subway trains collided on Monday afternoon in Washington, D.C. The train crash occurred when a train crashed into a six-car commuter train at about 5 p.m. ET on the Washington DC Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's Red line between the Takoma and Fort Totten Metrorail stations. This would be the deadliest subway train accident Washington, D.C Metro train transit system's long history.
Traverse Legal's attorneys are investigating the WMATA train accident on behalf of its Metro train accident clients. If you or a family member are a victim of the WMATA accident, you can follow this web site to better understand the process by which you will need to assert your legal rights, including how injury claims will be resolved and settlements pursued. Call a train accident lawyer toll free at 866-936-7447 for a no risk consultation.
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We are investigating whether the safety systems which are designed to prevent such crashes were working properly. The Washington DC Metro system is an aging system which has already reported numerous accidents this year. It is clear that negligence played a key role in causing this accident. Victims are entitled to money compensation for their physical and emotional injuries.
Visit the Metro - Victim FAQ Page "What Every Passenger Needs To Know" to Understand Your Legal Rights agasint WMATA.