Should the MTA be Required to Unlock Subway Doors? New York Personal Injury Lawyer Welcomes the Debate

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Locked subway doors do not allow a subway rider to escape a subway car if he or she is in danger, as New York personal injury lawyer David Perecman understands. Recently, councilwoman Letitia James introduced a resolution demanding that the MTA unlock subway doors to provide riders a escape that would not require waiting until the train stopped and opened its doors at the next station. The doors were locked by the MTA to prevent personal injury to straphangers who may fall into the gap between cars, and to avoid possible personal injury lawsuits handled by New York personal injury lawyers. Hundreds of MTA riders suffer personal injuries annually while using MTA transit. Expert New York personal injury lawyers at The Perecman Firm have extensive experience handling MTA personal injury claims for people throughout New York.

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