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Questions about FELA (Federal Employers Liability Act)?
FELA, established in 1908, is a federal program that protects the rights of railroad workers injured or debilitated in or from the process of carrying out their work duties, and was intended to provide these workers and their families with fair compensation. Unlike workers' compensation, in order to recover under the FELA, negligence on the part of the railroad must be established. Knowledgeable legal counsel can help guide a railroad worker through the FELA process, and help the victim to determine whether it is best to accept a settlement, propose a new settlement amount or to go to trial.
If you or a loved one is a railroad worker that has suffered a personal injury resulting from the negligence of the railroad industry, we recommend you contact
Mullins McLeod to get the legal support you will need for your case. We are ready to work diligently on your behalf in seeking the compensation you may be entitled to.
Proven Legal Help in the FELA Claims Process
At McLeod Law Group, LLC we have years of experience helping railroad worker clients get fair and proper settlements or litigation victories under the Federal Employers Liability Act. As members of the ARLA (Academy of Rail Attorneys), LCI (Litigation Counsel of America) and SC Association for Justice, we are a trusted source of seasoned and aggressive legal investigation, negotiation and litigation. Railroad injuries can have very difficult, life-long effects on a victim and his or her family, and negligent parties must be brought to justice and provide adequate restitution for losses suffered. Call us and we can provide you with proven legal guidance in your pursuit of fair and ample compensation.
Contact Mullins McLeod
at the firm if you are an injured railroad worker and need legal representation.