No Injuries in Train Crash | Denver Personal Injury Attorney
A collision between two trains in a Denver railyard was, fortunately, not the cause of any injuries, according to KDVR News
. Two locomotives crashed into each other in the yard at 47th
Ave and Packing House Rd, which caused one of the engines to leak diesel fuel. Because the accident occurred on railroad property, a private contractor was brought in to handle the clean-up. It is extremely fortunate that no one was injured, and no water source is believed to have been endangered.
Have you been seriously injured in an accident that you believe was caused by someone else’s negligence? Speak with an experienced Denver personal injury attorney
immediately to protect your rights.
While train crashes are relatively uncommon occurrences, given the size and weight of the vehicles, and the speed at which they are able to travel, the potential for serious injury in a train collision is extreme. When trains collide with cars at railroad crossings, there is frequently a fatality involved. Unfortunately, many train crashes occur because a driver, cyclist, or pedestrian thought that he or she could “beat” the train at a crossing. The simple fact is, when a train hits you, whether you are in a vehicle or not, you lose. The chances of death are very high, and the chances of serious injury even higher.
If you have been injured in a serious accident, speak to an experienced Denver personal injury attorney
right away. If your accident was caused by someone’s negligence, then you are entitled to compensation for the costs of the accident, from medical bills, to property damage, to lost wages. John Fuller is a Denver personal injury attorney
who has helped countless people get back to a normal life after accidents. An accident that was caused by someone else’s reckless behavior should not cause you financial hardship on top of physical and emotional injury. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION
contact John R. Fuller, PC at (303)597-4500.
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