Injured In The Philadelphia Amtrak Crash? We Can Help.

Our attorneys are prepared to represent the victims of the Amtrak train derailment accident that occurred in Philadelphia on May 12, 2015. If you or a loved one was injured, or you lost a family member, we can help you assert your right to full and fair compensation. Call 1-800-LAW-4030 now for a free consultation.

Gay Chacker & Mittin, P.C., has a strong reputation in the Philadelphia community for treating clients with respect, providing them with honest legal advice and helping them to achieve outstanding results. We have been standing up for the injured and their families for more than 50 years.

You may be entitled to compensation for:

  • Medical bills
  • Long-term care needs
  • Rehabilitative costs
  • Lost wages
  • Pain and suffering
  • Funeral expenses
  • Loss of companionship
  • And more

Hold Amtrak Accountable For Your Losses

The National Transportation Safety Board confirmed that the Amtrak train was traveling at more than 100 mph when the crash occurred, which appears to have been more than twice the permitted speed limit for the curved section of track.

As investigators piece together what went wrong and determine who is to blame for this devastating accident, you need to make sure that your rights and interested are protected by contacting our firm. We provide free consultations and will not charge you any legal fees until we recover full and fair compensation.

I am so grateful for them. I really am. They became more than just an attorney. They really made us feel very comfortable and welcome, and their services were awesome. – Elias & Iris T.

The days and weeks following a disaster like this can be very overwhelming, but you don’t have to face it alone. We will handle the complex legal issues involving your financial recovery while you focus on moving forward.

Contact Gay Chacker & Mittin, P.C., right away for immediate advice and representation. Call us toll free at 1-800-LAW-4030 (877-577-5796). Then, rest assured that your rights will be protected.