Pedestrian in her 30s struck and killed by Metro Expo Line Train in Southern Los Angeles | 10-7-2017

On Saturday, October 7th, a woman in her 30s was struck and killed by a Metro Expo Line train in the Jefferson Park neighborhood of South Los Angeles. According to Los Angeles Fire Department personnel, the incident occurred at around 10:40 a.m in the 3600 block of 11th Avenue. The woman, who was not immediately identified, was pronounced dead at the scene. Rail service on the Expo Line between Crenshaw Boulevard and Western Avenue was suspended, as an investigation was underway. The incident is still being investigated by local authorities.

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If you or a loved one has suffered any physical injuries or wrongful death as a result of contact with a rail train or railway, you may be entitled to monetary compensation for all the damages that you have suffered. If you file a claim with Normandie Law Firm you could find some, if not all, of these following expenses compensable:

  • Any and all medical expenses
  • Loss of Income
  • Loss of potential future income
  • Emotional Damages (anxiety, depression, PTSD, etc…)
  • Punitive Damages

Victims of this incident or incidents like this one can contact our law offices to learn more about how to receive compensation for their injuries. Our team of personal injury and wrongful death attorneys is committed to ensuring every one of our clients has the resources to put up a fair fight for their case. As a show this commitment to you and your case we offer our clients the benefits of a zero fee guarantee policy. Under our zero fee policy, all clients don’t pay for our services until their case is won. If you feel in need of a second opinion, second opinion case reviews are also free under this policy. Call our law offices today for a free consultation by one of our skilled attorneys, and we can discuss the incident, your damages, and the path to receiving proper compensation for your damages.

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