LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Alisa D. Wilkes | Nov 9, 2017

What to Do if You Are A Railroad Worker Injured on The Job

This guide will explain the proper steps to take to protect yourself legally if you are a railroad worker injured while on the job.

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On-the-job injuries can result in recovery for lost time & wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, and more. Additionally, in the unfortunate event an injury results in the death of a railroad worker, the surviving spouse and children will be able to receive compensation. Railroad workers often receive less compensation than they deserve for their injuries because they do not get the proper legal advice. That's why it is important to speak with an attorney who handles railroad cases to recover the maximum amount of compensation possible that you may be entitled to under FELA and other laws.

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