Railroad Injury Cases/FELA

Railroad workers are subject to special laws when it comes to workplace accidents. While other professionals can receive financial support through the workers' compensation system, railroad workers are protected under the Federal Employers Liability Act.

FELA is a federal law designed to hold railroad companies accountable for the injuries suffered by their employees. FELA allows injured workers to file a lawsuit against their employers, enabling them to pursue compensation directly.

Skilled Representation In FELA Cases

If you are a railroad worker and you have been injured on the job, it is important that you work with a lawyer who understands FELA and its effect on your case.

When you contact our law firm, one of our skilled attorneys will meet with you one-on-one to discuss your case and help you take the next steps.

It is important to note that FELA protection is not limited to employees who work on the tracks or out on the rail yard. FELA protects all railroad employees from a wide variety of injuries, including workplace illnesses, trip-and-fall accidents and cumulative stress injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome.

FELA Claims Are Complex; Contact Us For Railroad Injury Cases

FELA claims are subject to special rules and legal processes. When you work with our law firm, we will guide you through all of these special processes, providing straightforward legal advice every step of the way.

To schedule a free consultation with our Alameda County law firm, call us at 510-907-9577 or 888-353-2158 toll-free or fill out our online form. We handle all cases on a contingency basis, which means we will not collect any fees unless we recover compensation on your behalf.