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

Railroad Workers Get/Ask for Relief Due to COVID-19

First the good news. Railroad workers are starting to see some much-needed relief as COVID-19 cases continue to rise. The […]

Protection for Railroad Workers Needing Sick Days

As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread across our nation and impact countless individuals, we want to make sure […]

BNSF Management Practices Encourage the Suppression of Workplace Injuries

A recent lawsuit tried in federal court has exposed a flawed culture within Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway. Testimony […]

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 […]

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