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SEPTA Accident Lawyers in Philadelphia

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) provides public transportation services in Philadelphia as well as Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties.

These services include buses, subways, elevated train (“El”), trackless trolleys, trolleys, regional rail and paratransit vehicles.  They also provide regional rail service to New Jersey and Delaware.

Injuries on SEPTA vehicles and property

Every year many passengers and patrons of SEPTA are injured as a result of SEPTA’s negligence:

  • Bus, train and trolley accidents
  • SEPTA property accidents
  • Paratransit vehicle accidents

The operators/drivers of SEPTA’s buses, trolleys, trackless trolleys, and para-transit vehicles are subject to the same laws and rules of the road as any other driver.

In fact, under the law, SEPTA owes its passengers the highest degree of care.  If they fail to exercise that care and someone is injured, they are liable.

SEPTA is also responsible to maintain its bus stations, train stations and other property in a safe condition.  If you are injured on SEPTA property, you may be entitled to recover damage.

Injuries on Amtrak trains

In addition to claims for passengers injured on SEPTA trains, we also represent victims of accidents involving Amtrak trains.

Know your rights

At Nass Cancelliere Brenner, our attorneys have extensive experience in representing victims of SEPTA or Amtrak related injuries.  Since there are specific actions that must be taken within time limits set by law, you should call us immediately.

If you were injured in a SEPTA or Amtrak related accident, contact our law office today by completing the Contact Us form on this website or by selecting the Live Chat button on any website page.

You can also reach NCB by phone toll free at 855-546-8200, or by calling your local NCB office directly (local phone numbers are listed at the bottom of this page).