Category Archives: Bus Accidents

When Is a Bus Company Liable for Injuries Before or After Your Ride?

If the subway train you were riding stopped short of the platform, the conductor opened the door, and you stepped off into space, the MTA would certainly be liable for your injuries. Likewise, if you were walking toward the train and tripped over the broken surface of the platform, the MTA would be liable for… Read More »

How to Save on Costly Appeals Involving the TA

Over the last several years, our firm has gotten numerous successful verdicts against the NYC Transit Authority. The TA appealed every one. That’s what the TA does. Regardless of how dismal its chances of overturning a verdict, the TA appeals. That’s important to know if you’re thinking of bringing a case against the TA. Appeals… Read More »

Woman struck and killed by MTA bus while crossing Brooklyn street

A woman was crossing E. 17 St. in Sheepshead Bay on Monday night when she was hit by a B36 bus. KEN MURRAY/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS There were 125 pedestrian fatalities in 2014, and 120 so far in 2015. Today’s victim was a devoted mother and grandmother carrying groceries to her adult daughter who is… Read More »