Railroad crossings can present a major safety hazard for pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists. If these crossings aren’t properly marked a safe distance away from the actual crossing, people may be too close to the tracks when a train comes through. When this results in an accident, the repercussions are almost always extremely severe or even fatal.
Ensuring that a railroad is clearly marked and visible is an extremely important duty, and when a municipal agency or train company fails to do this, they should bear the consequences of this negligence. To find out how to fight for you or a loved one who is harmed in a train accident caused by a lack of appropriate crossing markers, contact a train accident attorney of Hull & Zimmerman, P.C., today by calling (303) 423-1770.
If a railroad crossing isn’t clearly marked with the necessary signs and markers, motorists and pedestrians may not know to stay adequately clear of the tracks when a train comes. These marking failures may include the following hazards:
These safety issues can lead to very dangerous accidents that may be entirely prevented through the right precautions. If a person is injured because of railroad crossing negligence, they may be entitled to file for compensation for the costs associated with those injuries.
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