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

Can a Railroad Worker Deny an Employer’s COVID-19 Vaccination Request?

Many Governor’s across the U.S. are informing employer’s that they can request their employees to receive COVID-19 vaccinations as a […]

Can a Railroad Use an Injured Worker’s Digital Information in Court?

In a lawsuit between an injured worker and a railroad carrier, both sides can use the tools of a process […]

Can a Railroad Employer Use an Injured Workers Social Media in Court?

Railroad carriers can try to decrease the value of an injured worker’s personal injury claim in several ways.  One of […]

The Use of Surveillance Video in Railroad Injury Cases

Unfortunately, railroad carriers take certain actions after a railroad accident in the attempt to decrease the value of an injured […]

Safety Regulation Compliance Does Not Preclude Filing a FELA Claim

A railroad worker hurt on the job files a claim under the Federal Employer’s Liability Act (FELA) to receive compensation […]

FELA Claims as Distinct and Separate Assertions than Workers’ Compensation Cases

Railway workers injured on the job can seek compensation for any suffering by filing a claim under the Federal Employer’s […]

ARLA Issues Statement on Racial and Economic Equality

The Academy of Rail Labor Attorneys (ARLA) is a trial lawyer group whose primary purpose is to improve the conditions […]

Frequently Asked Questions on Occupational Disability Annuities

Certain railroad employees are entitled to an occupational disability annuity under the Railroad Retirement Act. There are several questions surrounding […]

The Use of “Safer Alternatives” in Proving Fault in Railway Safety Cases

Railroad workers that are injured on the job must file a claim under the Federal Employer’s Liability Act (FELA). Workers […]

Frost v. BNSF Railway Company – 9th Circuit Rules in Favor of Railway Employee

Frost v. BNSF Railway Co. was decided last year by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The Court essentially held […]

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