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Staying safe on subway and train platforms

Sometimes it feels like one of the most dangerous places you can be in New York City is on a subway or train platform. With trains whizzing by, people pushing and shoving and just inches or a few feet between you and the tracks, it's essential to be extremely cautious.

Seat choice may affect your chances of getting out of an accident

It's fun to stand at the front of the subway. After all, it's one of the only places with a view. You can watch the stations whipping towards you and the lights fly ahead. But it may not be the safest move for your commute.

Safety precautions can help prevent injury or death

You've heard of a New York minute, right? You know that New York is "the city that never sleeps." This all points to people in the city always being in a rush, even to get onto the trains and buses that gets them around. But it's never a good idea to be in too much of a rush to pay attention to safety.

New York's subway car stock has changed for safety's sake

When you take mass transit in New York City, you may notice that one subway car or bus is not the same as the others. But you probably don't care. As it turns out, though, the Big Apple has long been a laboratory for new types of transportation.

Victim recovers after 2 train strikes in half an hour

The subway and the trains are part of the reason New York City is not even more crowded than it already is. But just as cars can cause accidents anywhere on the road, cars on the rails can be just as deadly on their own tracks or if they jump the tracks.

Elevated train crashes to street level in the Bronx

Trains are safe in general when they being operated properly. If it seems that they have safety problems a lot in New York City, it may simply be the fact that the metropolis relies more on trains for transit inside and between the Five Boroughs. But accidents do happen, and they can be dangerous.

Filing a personal injury lawsuit after a subway accident

From trip and fall accidents to massive derailments, subways in New York and across the U.S. can be the setting for a wide range of incidents. Those who are hurt in a subway accident may consider filing a personal injury lawsuit, in which case they will need to keep the following in mind.

Filing a lawsuit after a subway accident

New York residents know that riding the subway comes with its own dangers. Hazards range from derailments to loose tiles that lead to falls. Since subways are usually owned and managed by local government authorities, filing a lawsuit after a subway accident involves some unique factors.

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