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FELA Injuries to Railroad Workers

Transportation Injuries


Unlike most employees who are covered under workers’ compensation laws, railroad workers must rely on the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA) to prove their injury claims. Under FELA, railroad workers must show that their injuries were caused by the negligence of their employer, fellow employees, or licensed contractors.

Based on battles against some of the country’s leading railroad companies and their insurers, our legal team provides clients with experience and knowledge in FELA cases involving train accidents and other railroad injuries.

Working in conjunction with our team of railroad lawyers, our staff of in-house and outside investigators, medical professionals, computer animators, video production professionals and illustrators use computer modeling, video recreations, and other elements to communicate to judges and juries how our clients were injured and the nature of their injuries.

To learn more about our experience in FELA injuries to railroad workers, we invite you to contact the firm here.