Get The Exceptional Legal Help You Deserve Following A Public Transportation Accident

Injured in a bus accident in Chicago? Hurt by a taxicab driver in the Loop? Wounded while riding the L?

At The Jasmer Law Firm, we advocate for clients injured in accidents involving buses, trains and other modes of public transportation operated by the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and other agencies. We also represent drivers and passengers in taxi accidents. In all cases, we seek maximum compensation for our clients' medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and other damages and losses.

We Understand The Challenges

At The Jasmer Law Firm, our Chicagoland lawyer understands the challenges of taking on public transit operators such as Metra and CTA. He knows how taxi companies try to avoid paying for injuries and accidents, and he investigates thoroughly to identify insurance coverage.

These cases are often quite different from those involving accidents between two private cars. Our founding attorney, David Jasmer, has the knowledge and experience to expertly navigate these often-challenging waters. We have been representing clients injured in bus, taxi and other types of public transportation accidents since 1996 — and we know the unique issues and requirements that apply in these cases.

Contact An Experienced Public Transportation Injury Lawyer

In addition to handling CTA, Metra and taxicab cases, our law firm assists clients injured in Amtrak accidents and other railroad accidents. We also take cases arising from van transportation such as airport, hotel and rental car shuttles.

The Jasmer Law Firm knows how to take immediate action to get you the results you need in a public transportation crash case. Discuss your situation with us for free. All public transportation accident claims are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means you don't pay us any attorneys' fees unless we win your case. To contact an experienced Chicago mass transit accident lawyer at our firm, call 312-386-7011 or 866-920-6021 today.