Railroad-Related Injuries in Tennessee

by Staff Blogger | October 5th, 2016

The earliest railroad system can be traced back to ancient Greek and Roman times. Even then, it provided a simple service: the ability to move things from one place to another with less effort. The railroad industry is still an important part of our society. It’s responsible for moving raw materials across the country that would otherwise be unavailable to those areas. You would think that in this day and age, railroad-related accidents would be a non-issue. Unfortunately, many of the dangers that have been around for more than a century still exist today, leading to severe accidents and even death.

Although uncommon in Nashville, we still see a number of railroad-related accidents every year. At Ponce Law, we handle a variety of railroad accident cases, including:

  • Derailments due to poorly maintained tracks
  • Distracted train operators and conductors
  • Failure to sound warning signals
  • Inadequate protective barriers at railroad crossings
  • Inadequate sight distances for motorists at railroad crossings

If you or someone you love was injured in railroad-related accident, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Call our experienced Nashville railroad accident attorneys today for a free consultation. You need a law firm on your side that knows the railroad industry and will fight to get you every dollar you deserve. Ponce Law is that firm, and we’re ready to take your call.