Michigan Train Accidents
Did you know that Michigan has over 3,600 miles of train tracks within its borders? These tracks carry goods valued at over $42 billion annually. Whether or not you knew this, there are a lot of trains traveling through Michigan. More recently, Michigan’s Detroit light rail initiative, M-1, kicked into full swing. M-1 is a downtown pedestrian train that could eventually stretch all the way into the suburbs.
According to the M-1 rail website:
Stretching 3.3 miles along Detroit’s famed, Woodward Avenue, A National Byway®, the modern streetcar will travel between Larned Street in the Central Business District to West Grand Boulevard, in the North End, providing access to hundreds of businesses and connecting neighborhoods and points of interest along the way including major cultural landmarks, sports stadiums, entertainment venues, restaurants, hospitals and universities.
With all these trains traveling around, our firm wants you to remember that we’re your train injury attorneys. If you’ve been injured on or by a train, then Goodwin & Scieszka is here for you. Our firm has been handling Michigan transportation accident claims for over 30 years.
Unfortunately, many victims will not receive their fair and just compensation because they didn’t contact a skilled Michigan attorney. We have the grit, determination, and resources to fight for your compensation. Don’t settle for little to nothing because an insurance adjustor tries to intimidate you. After representing thousands of Michigan accident victims we have inside information that the insurance companies don’t want you to know.
We have already helped thousands of accident victims collect millions of dollars, that’s right, millions with an M, and we’re ready to help you. Call us anytime, 24 hours a day. We will investigate any auto, car, truck or motorcycle accident case with no charge or legal fees unless and until we win money for you. Remember, at Goodwin & Scieszka we fight for you.