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Witnesses and the FELA Claim

When a railroad employee is injured at work, there are frequently other employees around who can testify as to the cause of the accident.  It is important that the injured employee, or his union representative, gather the names of such witnesses. … Read More
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What is the railroad afraid of?

A railroad conductor recently sought my help when he was asked to give a witness statement by the railroad’s claim department.  He was working with an engineer who suffered an injury and later brought a claim against the railroad under the FELA. … Read More
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