New York Port Authority Accident Lawyers
Have you recently been injured at JFK Airport? Had a slip and fall accident at the Port Authority Bus Terminal? LaGuardia or Newark Airports? A PATH train station? If you were hurt or in an accident at any of these places, then you may have a case against the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. To discuss your case and any legal options that may be available, consult with a New York port authority accident lawyer today.
Many times when injuries occur on some these properties, there may be additional responsible parties. For example, a slip and fall at Kennedy Airport may be the result of not only Port Authority’s negligence, but also a maintenance company. An accident on a bridge or at the Port Authority Bus Station may be caused by the negligence of a construction company in addition to the Port Authority.
Cases against Port Authority have special considerations and strict time limitations, so it is important to consult a skilled Long Island Port Authority accident lawyer who is experienced in handling these types of cases. Do not wait too long, as you have a limited time to file a claim of notice and a shortened statute of limitations. A qualified accident attorney will review your case, lay out your options and ensure all claims and necessary paperwork is filed properly.
These cases include accidents and injuries at:
- New York’s JFK Airport and LaGuardia Airport
- New Jersey’s Newark, Teterboro and Stewart Airports
- Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan
- The AirTrain JFK, which connects the LIRR to JFK Airport
- George Washington Bridge Bus Station
- The PATH rail transit system
- Bayonne Bridge, Goethals Bridge, George Washington Bridge
- Holland Tunnel and Lincoln Tunnel
- Outerbridge Crossing
- West Waterfront Development
- The World Trade Center site
How a Port Authority Injury Attorney Can Help
Our Long Island Port Authority accident lawyers have over 20 years handling cases against the Port Authority and will fight to get you the maximum compensation you deserve. We’ll determine if there is any other party at fault in addition to the Port Authority—such as a construction or maintenance company.
Contact us today for a free consultation. Our lawyers will sit down with you to fully discuss your case, answer all your questions and let you know what you can expect from the legal process. No obligation, no fee.