New York Bus Injury Attorney

Throughout New York City, countless large vehicles — including buses, delivery trucks, garbage trucks and many others — compete for space with the thousands of other vehicles and pedestrians who fill our streets each day. Drivers of large vehicles carry an added responsibility to handle themselves in a way that ensures the safety of everyone else on the road.

While it is much easier for bus and truck drivers to see other vehicles, pedestrians are usually at a much higher risk. Every year, innocent pedestrians suffer life-altering injuries or are killed from being dragged under the vehicle.

If you or someone you love has been seriously injured in a pedestrian accident that involved a negligent bus or truck driver, you should seek the advice of a reputable New York bus injury lawyer immediately. Call us at 877-265-4065 to schedule your free initial consultation.

Strong Representation For Injured Pedestrians

At the Subin Associates law firm, we represent clients throughout the New York City area in cases involving negligent drivers who either didn't see the pedestrian or failed to yield the right of way. We commit ourselves, in every case, to securing maximum compensation for the injuries our clients have suffered.

These cases often involve large organizations like the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) and national delivery companies. You will find our firm to be fully prepared to handle these cases. We have no fear about taking on big business or government entities. We have the capability and the resources to protect your interests against organizations of any size.

Call Our New York Lawyers About Bus Injuries

Contact our New York City law firm today to discuss your personal injury claim. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment evenings and weekends. You can reach us by phone at 877-265-4065. We take every personal injury case on a contingency basis which means that you don't pay any attorney's fees unless we recover compensation for you.

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