Doran & Murphy has worked with railroad employees in every craft and is knowledgeable about the various sources of exposure faced by persons in those crafts. Some of the exposures experienced by job title are available here. We have compiled documents and testimony about the various locations of asbestos at the railroad, including on locomotives, on pipe insulation in railroad facilities, in signal cases used by signal maintainers, in the rope used for pull-aparts, in gaskets packing and welding protective equipment. Importantly, railroad workers are also often very happy to describe the exposures suffered by their deceased coworkers. If your loved one worked for the railroad and was diagnosed with cancer, call our office to see if we can assist you in understanding the exposures at the railroad.