Railroad Accident FELA Attorney
The Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA) was enacted by Congress in 1908 to address the substantial number of work-related injuries and deaths within the railroad industry. The FELA provides the exclusive remedy of railroad workers injured or killed on the job. If you or a loved one have been injured or have a claim arising from the wrongful death of a railroad worker, we have the experience and resources to get you full and fair compensation with a railroad accident attorney. Railroad claims agents routinely work with railroad attorneys immediately after an incident to assist with building the railroad’s legal defense to an injury or death claim. You should consider protecting your interests in the same manner by consulting with an experienced FELA attorney.
Railroading is tough, dangerous work. Unlike most Americans, railroad employees must fight for workplace injury compensation under a federal law – the FELA. We have proudly represented hundreds of railroad employees hurt on the job – recovering compensation for lost wages, medical bills, pain, disability, and even death.