Railroad Worker Injuries

Our experienced Maine attorneys demand justice for victims of railroad injuries

Any delay in pursuing your case may reduce the amount of your settlement. Call today at 1-866-275-4563. We will take control of the claim process and shield you from the pressure tactics of the insurance companies or railroad operator. Tell them you mean business.

Injury to a railroad worker is governed by a different set of laws than those pertaining to a passenger injured in a train accident. Even if that worker's responsibilities or actions may have contributed in part to the injury, he or she is still entitled to compensation if the worker can demonstrate negligence on the part of the railroad was also a cause.

Our experienced attorneys are well versed in the laws governing railroad and other workplace injuries, Workers' compensation cases, and other related matters. We can help railroad workers navigate the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) that regulates recovery for their injuries.

Common railroad worker injuries

Types of injuries that may make a railroad worker eligible for compensation include the following:

If negligence is found, a railroad worker may be eligible to recover compensation for the following:

Serious injury on the job can wreak havoc on lives, especially when financial setbacks in addition to injuries are the result. Call our experts today.

We know that a serious personal injury to a railroad worker is a life-altering event. We hear every day about our clients' hardships when they have lost a loved one or suffered a significant trauma, and see first-hand their physical and emotional pain. That is what focuses our commitment to vigorous legal representation to injury victims in Maine.

Call Joe today at 1-866-275-4563. There is no fee or obligation for an initial consultation. And if we take your case, we don't get paid until you win. You have rights; we're ready to help. Contact our offices right away.