Helping Northern California Recover For Public And Mass Transportation Accident Injuries

Residents of San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland and other communities throughout Northern California rely heavily on mass transit carriers or "common carriers" every day to get to work, school and other important appointments.

The Bay Area's Different Mass Transit Operations

There are many different common carriers utilized throughout the East Bay area and include:

  • BART trains and stations
  • AMTRAK trains and stations
  • AC transit buses
  • San Francisco Bay Ferry
  • Alameda/Oakland Ferry
  • Sausalito Golden Gate Ferry
  • Taxi services
  • Cable cars

The Responsibility Of Common Carriers

These common carriers are required to make their services safe for riders and operate with a high level of care under the law.

If they don't, they could be liable under the law for injuries that occur to passengers using their services. They could also be responsible for injuries that occur from assault or other criminal activity that occur on their premises.

Legal Assistance For Injured Parties In Northern California

If you were injured or harmed in any way by an operator of an alternative transportation system, you have a right to obtain compensation.

With offices in Concord and Oakland, Law Offices of Robert G. Schock helps individuals throughout Northern California who have been injured because of the negligence of another person or entity recover compensation to pay for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.

Founding attorney, Robert Schock, has more than 50 years of legal experience fighting on behalf of accident victims. He has successfully recovered for many individuals — including families who have lost loved ones in tragic incidents involving public transportation systems.

Let A Lawyer From Our Team Help You

If you are facing mounting medical bills and other costs following an accident, schedule a consult to talk about what happened and options to pursue under the law.

Call 510-922-0887 today or send us an email. We offer free consults and only charge fees when we recover for you.