Sacramento Area Train Accident Lawyers
Whether you were injured because of a train crash, while getting on or off a train or at a train station or platform — experienced, aggressive legal representation can make a tremendous difference in the outcome of your case.
- Free Consultation
- No Attorney Fee Unless You Win
At Ashton & Price, extensive experience with claims against government entities allows us to be aggressive in our approach to handling such cases. To learn more about our practice and how we can help you, contact our Sacramento area offices.
"Before we worry about the money damages, we concentrate on your health. We make sure you get the medical care you need. In most cases, you won't need health insurance and you won't pay out-of-pocket expenses.*" — Attorney Chris Price
As a firm, we offer more than four decades of combined litigation experience and have recovered more than $100 million in settlements and jury awards since 1996. Today, our lawyers handle train accident-related personal injury and wrongful death claims involving a number of different public and quasi-public transportation providers, including:
- The Sacramento Regional Transit District
Don't Lose Out on Your Right to Seek Compensation
With any type of personal injury claim against the government, victims have a very limited amount of time to notify the responsible government agency that they intend to file a claim. In California, this time limit is generally six months. If you or any member of your family has been injured in a central or northern California train accident, let our lawyers take care of the paperwork and put our investigative and expert resources to work for you.
Contacting Our Lawyers in the Sacramento Area
If you or a family member has been injured in a commuter train or light rail accident in the Sacramento region, our attorneys can help. Contact us for a free consultation and an honest assessment of any claims you may have against the government.
*In the event you elect to receive medical diagnosis and/or treatment on a lien basis, your health care provider will be entitled to payment at the conclusion of your case, from your settlement or jury award.