Railroad workers are regularly exposed to ballast (rock) dust in the course of their jobs. Railroads use ballast to support the railroad ties and tracks and have assigned Maintenance of...

Railroads have used huge quantities of asbestos insulation over the last 100 years. The most glaring example of this was the asbestos insulation utilized on the boilers of railroad steam...

When someone calls us because they were diagnosed with cancer after a career of working for the railroad, they often want to know the value of their case under the...

When someone calls us because they were injured while working for the railroad, they often want to know right from the outset the value of their case under the Federal...

Most railroad workers who are injured on the job are not entitled to workers’ compensation. Rather, the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA) allows them or their families to bring claims...

A recent article written by Kevin Hardy of The Kansas City Star explains how when railroad companies prioritize profits over safety, it puts the lives of railroad workers at risk....

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