Milwaukee has an extensive public transportation system, used by thousands of people from every generation, from schoolchildren to seniors. While public transportation is estimated to be ten times safer than driving, that doesn’t mean that accidents never occur. If you’ve been injured, the Milwaukee public transportation accident attorneys at Cannon & Dunphy S.C. have the skills and resources to help you seek full compensation after being injured in a public transportation accident.
Both Madison and Milwaukee rank in the top 50 cities in the country with populations of 100,000 or greater with the highest rate of public transportation users.
The Milwaukee County Transit System is the largest in the state, with 410 diesel buses and over 1,000 operators, administrative staff and support personnel. On average, it provides 150,000 rides per day to residents. It is a quasi-governmental entity that operates the system for Milwaukee County.
The term “public transportation” applies to any form of transportation available to the public that runs on fixed routes and charges set fares. Public transportation in Wisconsin encompasses a variety of options:
Some of these transit services are administered by local or county government, and some by private companies. That can make it tricky to deal with insurance companies after an accident. Our Milwaukee accident lawyers are here to help.
If a public transportation accident has left you with a serious injury that has led to lost income or a reduced earning potential, or significant pain and suffering, our team of personal injury lawyers at Cannon & Dunphy S.C. is here to help you seek justice. We will evaluate your case to determine what level of compensation should be pursued.
At Cannon & Dunphy S.C., our trial lawyers accept transportation injury cases. No case with merit is too big or too small. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis and you won’t be asked to pay anything unless we secure compensation on your behalf. Contact us today!