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NYCTA, MTA and Commuter Railroad

Gregory J. Cannata & Associates, LLP has vast experience handling lawsuits against the New York City Transit Authority and the MTA for our clients' bus, subway, and commuter railway accidents. We have handled lawsuits involving commuter train derailments, pedestrians struck by NYC buses, passenger falls on buses due to drivers' erratic driving, passengers struck by subways, subway derailments, as well as TA and MTA workers' injuries on the job (FELA).

We understand the statutory notice of claim requirements, as well as the legal hurdles and complexities that come with suing these municipal agencies.

If you were injured in a NYCTA, MTA or commuter rail accident — contact our New York attorneys for a free consultation.

Contact us today for a free, confidential consultation to get your questions answered.

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Representative Cases

Passenger injured in a transportation accident - $15,800,000 Settlement

High-pressured water blaster caused severe arm injury - $3,900,000 Verdict, reduced by the Court following a post-trial motion to$2,900,000, settled for $2,400,000

Fall down an unguarded elevator shaft during construction resulting in severe leg fractures - $5,250,000 Settlement

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