Railroad Worker Injuries

Employees of most interstate railroad companies need to understand how the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA)  works. That's because FELA acts as a  sort of workers' compensation system for most railroad workers who suffer a job-related injury. FELA provides an exclusive remedy  -- meaning a  lawsuit over job related injuries is usually not possible -- so understanding the ins and outs of  a FELA claim becomes all the more important. In this section, we'll explain how FELA works and what to expect in your case.      

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