FELA is a federal law that was passed by Congress in 1908 to protect railroad workers in the event of work-related injury or illness. Read more
An Illinois jury returned a $7.5 million verdict recently against a railroad company in a benzene exposure case. Read more
A Jefferson County, Mo., jury awarded $12.5 million to Michael Bolen, a railroad worker whose right leg was amputated after being run over by a train. The worker was hurt in May 2012 as he w... Read more
A Tennessee appeals court has reinstated an $8.6 million jury verdict favoring a longtime switch operator for CSX Transportation Inc. who was found to have developed fatal lung cancer from o... Read more
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