Our attorneys have represented thousands of injured clients, so we have handled claims involving just about every type of major injury, including paralysis, disfigurement, traumatic brain injury, severe back and neck injuries, burns and other serious injuries. We also have significant experience representing family members in wrongful death claims.
Manhattan Bus Injury Attorneys
At Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C., we are committed to helping people who have been injured as a result of bus accidents and other mass transit accidents.
If you have been injured in an accident involving a bus owned and operated by the New York City Public Transit Authority or New Jersey Public Transit Authority, we can help. Cases against government-operated buses, subways or other forms of mass transit are highly complex, but we have the experience, resources and commitment to protect your rights. We also have experience in bus accident claims where a private bus company is the defendant. Corporate bus companies have insurance policies and they are provided a strong defense by highly skilled insurance defense attorneys. We go up against top attorneys on a routine basis and have a proven record of results. Over the last decade alone, we have recovered more than $2 billion on behalf of accident victims. If your case involves a claim for a serious injury or wrongful death, you can be confident that we know how to effectively prosecute such claims.
If you need to speak with one of our experienced New York or New Jersey bus accident lawyers, we are pleased to offer a free consultation. To contact our New York City office in lower Manhattan, call 212-732-9000.
Call 516-742-0707 to contact our Garden City office or 631-734-2500 to contact our office in Cutchogue, New York.
Call 201-342-0037 to contact our office in Hackensack, New Jersey. You may also contact us by e-mail.
An Appellate Court has affirmed a $5 million verdict Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C. (SPBMC) achieved on behalf of a young pedestrian struck down by a New York City Transit Authority bus. The Trial At the time of the accident, our client was a 12-year-old student who was …