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Can I sue a city for injuries incurred in a public transit accident?

Generally, the city is not involved in a case as against a public transit vehicle, unless there is some negligence caused or created by the city that contributed to the accident. It is important to contact a lawyer with specialization in this area to understand how the legal process works.

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