Unlike worker’s compensation laws, under FELA an injured railroad employee must prove that the railroad was at fault and could have prevented the employee’s injuries or death. Under FELA, an injured railroad worker must prove: The accident happened while the railroad worker was on the job with the railroad. The railroad was negligent (at fault). Call us now at (470) 268-5802 if you a railroad worker who has been injured in a train accident.
Immediately after suffering a personal injury caused by someone else, it is crucial to take swift action to protect your rights and receive the compensation.