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Train Accident Lawyers - Chula Vista


According to the Federal Railroad Administration Office of Safety Analysis, there are approximately 4,200 railroad accidents/incidents every year and 276 fatalities. These accidents may be caused by human error, equipment defects, track defects, signal defects or other miscellaneous causes.

Train accidents may result in damage to personal property, derailment causing personal injury to passengers, and release of hazardous products. Trains also may collide with motorcycles, individuals, other trains, or vehicles.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a train accident in San Diego County or nearby counties, contact Chula Vista Legal Center. We are Chula Vista Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Automobile, Train, Motorcycle and Boating Accident attorneys. Call 619-564-4455 for a free consultation.

FAQ's About Train Accidents


Q: If I've been injured in a train accident in Chula Vista, who is responsible?

A: This will depend on specific circumstances involved with your accident. For example, if you are an injured employee of the railroad company, you may have a claim against your employer.

Q: What are common types of train accidents and injuries?

A: Train accidents may result in damage to personal property, derailment causing personal injury to passengers, and release of hazardous products. Trains also may collide with motorcycles, individuals, other trains, or vehicles.

Q: What causes train accidents and injuries in Chula Vista?

A: Train accidents and subsequent injuries are typically caused by equipment malfunction, human error or conductor fatigue, signal defects, or tract defects.