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Railroad employees were injured and killed as a matter of course, and the railroads barely compensated them for their injuries or their families for the death of their breadwinner. As a result, in 1906, Congress enacted the Federal Employees Liability Act (FELA) to provide compensation for railroad employees who sustain injuries on the job. Call us now at (470) 268-5802 today to find out how our team of experienced, reputable, and dedicated train accident lawyers can help you file a FELA claim.