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Our blog contains legal articles to inform and assist you in topics related to railroad injuries and the FELA organization.

FELA Claims in Railroad Worker Injury Cases

The most important thing an injured railroad worker should do in a work-related injury is to seek immediate medical attention. […]

Secretary’s Findings – FRSA

U.S. Department of Labor HIC <June 11, 2019> Dear Ms. Poulson, This is to advise you we have completed our investigation […]

The Dangers on the Railroad: Double Fatality on the UPRR

As much as we would like to be able to say that the Railroad is a safe place to work, […]

Rossi Vucinovich Hires Trial Lawyer Coby Cohen

Rossi Vucinovich is pleased to announce that Coby Cohen, a trial lawyer with nearly 20 years of experience, has joined […]

BSNF Forced to Pay $1.8 Million Whistleblower Judgment

After a three-year court battle, including an appeal to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, BNSF has finally paid the […]

What has the FELA done for you?

The Federal Employers Liability Act or FELA is the best worker safety law in the country!  The FELA is a […]

Wabtec-GE deal could put autonomous train technology on fast track

Author: Daniel Moore, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Wabtec Corp. executives were in the midst of poring over data on financial records, customer base […]

JANUS V. AFSCME DECISION DAY TOOLKIT

America needs unions: Workers are more resolved than ever to stick together We are asking our friends to do three […]

Social Media: How Your Posts and Pics Can Kill a Claim

Yes, the railroads can obtain court orders to force you to turn over your social media website postings and photos […]

Cellphones: How The Railroad Can Grab Your Texts and Calls After an Injury

Nearly every single one of us uses a cell phone and carries it with them 24/7. When and if you […]

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