Humphrey, Farrington & McClain has set up a hotline for victims of the crash to speak immediately with an attorney about potential claims. Early on Monday afternoon in rural Missouri, an Amtrak passenger train derailed. Photos shared on social media soon after the event show several train cars to be on their sides. It appears that the collision happened close to Mendon, Missouri.

According to Amtrak, several cars on train number four, which was headed from Los Angeles to Chicago, derailed after colliding with a dump truck at a pedestrian crossing in Mendon, Missouri, at 1:42 p.m. There were 12 staff members and about 243 people on board, and there were initial reports of injuries.

Riders are currently receiving aid from local authorities. Amtrak claims to have put resources into place to assist. Approximately eight passenger carriages and two locomotives were found to have been involved in the incident.

Humphrey, Farrington & McClain has set up a dedicated hotline for victims or family members of the crash to speak immediately with an attorney about potential claims 816-379-6605.

Our litigation team is comprised of a diverse group of highly skilled and trial-ready litigators who have pursued these types of claims in the past with great success. Our team represents a wide spectrum of individuals nationwide who have been injured and caters the handling of cases to the specific needs of each client and have been able to recover over 1.5 billion dollars in verdicts and settlements. Clients who have been catastrophically injured or have lost loved ones come to our firm for legal help because they may be entitled to compensation for their injuries or loss.

Humphrey, Farrington & McClain also works with referring attorneys across the country to help maximize their clients’ recoveries across an array of personal injury litigation. In recent years, we have paid millions to attorneys who have referred cases to our firm.

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