Hoboken Train Crash

Were you or someone you know on the NJ Transit Pascack Valley Line train that crashed into the Hoboken Terminal on September 29?

All of the victims affected by the September 29th crash must file a notice of intent to sue (pursuant to N.J.S.A 59:8-8) no later than December 29, 2016.  After that date, the injury claim may be barred, under the Torts Claims Act, from being pursued. We recommend victims submit a claim as soon as possible, understanding that they can elect to not go forward with the suit at a later date.

You Will Need Experienced Legal Protection

New Jersey Transit’s self-insured status is extremely complex and difficult to navigate during injury litigation. Many attorneys may not understand the requirements of the Tort Claims Act and the 90-day time period where one must file a notice of intent to sue, which could pose many difficulties.

A lawyer’s ability to represent your case depends, to a great extent, on his or her familiarity with similar cases, court decisions, and related legal theories regarding personal injury law. These types of suits require extensive knowledge of New Jersey’s Tort Claims Act. For this reason, you should choose an attorney familiar with New Jersey’s legal decisions, as well as its regulations regarding the filing process, time limits, damage types, etc.

Chris Musmanno and the Morris County Personal Injury Attorneys at Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Barbarito & Frost, P.C. in Denville, New Jersey have extensive knowledge in the laws concerning New Jersey’s Tort Claims Act and have successfully navigated transit related lawsuits in the past, specifically with NJ Transit.

New Jersey Transit Will be Held Accountable for Damages

An injury, even a temporary one, can have a devastating effect on finances, family, and work. At the Morris County injury law firm of Einhorn, Harris, Ascher, Barbarito & Frost, P.C., our personal injury attorneys understand the difficulties that injured people face and how important it is to obtain the best possible outcome.

  • Wrongful death
  • Pain and suffering
  • Lost wages
  • Fractures and amputations
  • Head, neck, back and spinal cord injuries
  • Internal organ damage
  • Disabling injuries
  • Negligence
    • Conductor Error
    • Defective Equipment
    • Errors Made by NJ Transit
    • Faulty Maintenance
  • Fuel/Accelerator Problems
  • Property Damage

Through our experience, commitment to success and dedication to clients, we have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of injured clients and families who have lost a loved one. We handle personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits arising from all types of accidents.

If you’re considering filing a claim against NJ Transit or simply want to discuss your options, contact Chris Musmanno and schedule your private, confidential consultation at no charge. Call Einhorn Harris at 973-627-7300 and speak to Chris Musmanno today about your claim eligibility.  We are ready to help you through this to make the best decision for you and your family.