Diamond and Diamond Law Firm Represents the Case of the Toronto Subway Pushing Incident Against TTC - Diamond and Diamond Lawyers
  • Monday, 16 May 2022

Diamond and Diamond Law Firm Represents the Case of the Toronto Subway Pushing Incident Against TTC

The personal injury law firm, Diamond & Diamond, was mentioned in an article by blogto.com about the case of the woman who was pushed onto tracks at Toronto subway station. In the article, Diamond and Diamond law firm is representing this case and is seeking damages in the amount of $1 million against TTC. “It is alleged that the TTC failed to implement sufficient safety protocols, provide regular supervision of the passengers, adequate surveillance of the subway platform and supervision of commuters, and a lack of prompt response to the incident. The suit also claims that the TTC failed to stop the subway train from continuing its approach to the platform, and failed to ensure that the victim was safe while emergency crews responded.”

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