Tourist Visitor Injuries

Southern California Tourist Injury Lawyer

Public Transit and Tourist Injuries

Millions of people visit Southern California every year to enjoy the warm weather, sandy beaches and tourist attractions. Every year, some of those tourists suffer serious — sometimes fatal — injuries on buses, trains, subways, taxis and other forms of public transportation.

Representing Clients in Tourist Injury Claims

If you were injured on or around any form of public transportation while visiting Southern California, it is important to speak to a California injury attorney about your legal rights and options.

The attorneys of Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP, have a long record of success representing clients injured in public transportation accidents. We provide sound legal counsel and effective representation in even the most complex tourist injury cases.

Protect Your Right to Compensation

As in all claims involving a public entity, it is essential to take action quickly in order to preserve your right to pursue financial compensation. If you fail to meet the filing deadline, you cannot sue for damages, such as pain and suffering, current and future medical expenses, lost wages or income and property damage. Don't delay. Contact our law firm as soon as possible to discuss your case.

Claims for injuries that occurred in California must be filed in California. There is no need to retain an attorney in your home state. You can deal with us directly.

Even the most seasoned travelers can become victims of negligence in an unfamiliar city. Our attorneys understand the regulations governing the various forms of public transit in California and the legal rights of tourists who suffer injuries due to negligence.

To discuss your case, please contact our law firm as soon as possible. Our lawyers represent tourists who were injured in public transportation accidents in Los Angeles, throughout Southern California and California, as well as advising attorneys and clients across the United States on mass transit claims.