Our Specialization

Public Transportation Accident Lawyer For North York

Accidents involving public transportation are more common than many people think. They may involve buses, taxis, trains, ferries, subways and streetcars, and they may involve all sorts of incidents, such as:

  • Collision of vehicles
  • Slip-and-fall accidents in a vehicle or at a station
  • Violence inside a train or at a station

If you have been involved in an accident on public transportation, it’s vitally important to call a lawyer immediately.

Accidents on public transportation may be governed by different laws from other accidents, and there may be special notification or limitation periods and special laws that determine who is responsible for your injuries and what you can and can’t claim for. For example, certain laws will bar you from claiming any accident benefits unless your bus collides with another vehicle or obstacle. Changes in the Ontario Insurance Act may prevent accident benefit claims by you if you are a public transit passenger. You need an experienced lawyer to help you sort this out.

Compensation For Public Transportation Accident Victims

Rooz Law’s public transportation accident lawyers for North York and Toronto may be able to find a number of ways to get compensation for your injuries, even if you do not have an insurance policy of your own. We can pursue occupier’s liability against a station if your accident was caused by improper snow removal or slippery floors. We can pursue a tort claim against a company if you suffered violence from improper security at a station. We can find a way to make the parties who injured you pay for the damage they have caused.

Contact Us

If you have been injured in the Greater Toronto Area, contact Rooz Law at 416-229-6000. The sooner you call, the faster we can get you the compensation you deserve

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