I am Attorney Ken Nunn. I am The Indiana Injury Lawyer. That's all I do. I have helped many people who have been injured or who have been wrongfully killed because of poorly designed railroad crossings and negligent acts on the part of the railroads themselves. I have been standing up for the rights of injured people throughout the Crossroads of America, including Bloomington, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville and Muncie, and I have represented over 20,000 clients in 574 different cities in Indiana for more than 42 years. If you have been hurt in a railroad accident, call me now! I would like to help you, and you can talk to me for free, without obligation, at 1-800-CALL-KEN or GET HELP NOW! through our online form.
The railroads have millions of dollars and hundreds of lawyers whose goal is protect them from lawsuits and deny liability. If you or a loved one has been injured or lost their life due to a railroad accident, you need fighters like the railroad accident lawyers at Ken Nunn Law Office on your side to get the money settlement that you deserve. If the insurance adjuster offers you money, how do you know the offer is fair? You'll never know unless you call Ken Nunn. I have identified 29 tactics insurance companies use to settle your claim for a tiny check. Don't take chances with your case. I know how to deal with the insurance company.
According to a report from the Federal Railroad Administration Office of Safety Analysis, in 2007 there were a reported 13,502 railroad accidents, resulting in 845 deaths in the United States. The most common types of train accidents, studies show, are collisions with other trains, collisions with passenger vehicles and single train accidents. Railroad accidents can also cause secondary conditions such as fires and hazardous waste spills.
The Federal Railroad Administration reports that more than half of all railroad accidents occur at unprotected crossings and more than 80 percent of railroad crossings don't have adequate warning devices.
The main sources of train accidents include:
- Poor visibility;
- Failure to maintain crossings (lights, crossing guards, warning signs);
- Mechanical failure;
- Engine error;
- Failure to warn of an approaching train;
- Undertrained operators;
- Drug and alcohol abuse;
- Failure to maintain tracks;
- Inexperienced passenger vehicle drivers.
When dealing with this kind of accident, you need railroad accident lawyers who have the experience and the resources to investigate and gather evidence from the scene of a train wreck. If you or someone you know has been hurt in a car/train collision, call me immediately. I will help you every step of the way.
Pick up the phone and call Ken Nunn NOW at 1-800-CALL-KEN or GET HELP NOW! through our online form. I proudly serve clients all over the great state of Indiana, including Vanderburgh County, South Bend, Saint Joseph County, Gary, Lake County, Hammond, Lake County, Bloomington, Monroe County and Muncie.