SEPTA Accident Injury LawsuitsSEPTA is a regional public transportation authority that operates nearly 2,300 vehicles in five counties in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. SEPTA, an acronym for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority, has an annual ridership of nearly 330 million riders on buses, trolleybuses, commuter rail, heavy rails light rail, rapid transit and tram cars so by sheer volume alone you can understand that accidents and injuries are bound to happen.
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SEPTA Accident Injury StatsAccidents are more prone to SEPTA vehicles and passengers in the morning hours at it is believed that rush hour brings out those motorists who are in a rush to get to work on time. Additional reasons for morning accidents are drowsy, drivers, the increased volume of traffic, buses merging onto street and highways, and buses running behind on time. The most common types of SEPTA accidents include left side impacts and rear-end collisions that can result in a number of injuries ranging from scratches and bruises to catastrophic injuries like traumatic brain injuries or death. With regards to train and subway accidents, primary causes that can result in employee and pedestrian injuries include:
- human factors
- track defects
- miscellaneous causes
- equipment defects
- signal defects
- substance abuse
- conductor or crew member negligence
- failure to follow legally mandated safety regulations
- failure to sound the horn or be properly lit when approaching train crossings
- inadequate braking
- improper loading of cargo
- maintaining unsafe speeds
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