MARTA Accident Attorneys
If you were injured in an Atlanta bus or train accident, you may need to bring a claim against the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) to recover compensation. At Law & Moran, our attorneys have experience bringing complex accident and death claims against MARTA. We are well-respected throughout Georgia for our knowledge of personal injury law and high verdicts and settlements. However, what really drives our success is an understanding that the work we do has a significant impact on our clients and their families. If you have been injured in an accident involving MARTA, you can be sure that we will provide you personal representation geared toward helping you move forward during this difficult time.
To speak with one of our lawyers in a consultation, call 844-317-5460 or send us an email.
Accidents Involving the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
We can handle any type of motor vehicle accident involving MARTA vehicles, escalators and property, including:
- Bus and train accidents: Whether you were involved in an accident caused by a negligent bus driver or your loved one was hit by a train, our lawyers can help you recover compensation for your injuries.
- Negligent security: MARTA must take reasonable steps to protect its riders from danger. This is particularly important in unsafe areas of metro Atlanta, where riders have been shot and killed on train platforms with little or no security. If you have been assaulted or a loved one has been killed on a MARTA vehicle, train platform or bus stop, you may be able to hold MARTA accountable for providing inadequate security.
- Poorly maintained property: MARTA has a duty to reasonably maintain its property. This includes regularly inspecting elevators, escalators, stairs, buses, trains, platforms, bus stops and other property for problems. MARTA is liable for accidents caused by negligently maintained or dangerous property.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a MARTA accident, contact the lawyers at Law & Moran. Call us to discuss your case at 844-317-5460, or contact us by email.