If you work for the railroad in any aspect, you should always be protected if you are injured on the job. At Cerussi & Gunn, P.C., we strive to help workers under the Federal Employers Liability Act. Our knowledgeable and experienced team will investigate your case and work to secure the compensation you deserve. Our Middlesex County Federal Employers Liability Act attorneys help workers in all major areas of the county, including Edison Township, Woodbridge Township, East Brunswick Township, and Monroe Township.
Our team at Cerussi & Gunn, P.C. carefully selects the cases we take. This ensures that we devote 100% of our energy to each client because we are passionate about their case.
Because these are not typical workers’ compensation claims where fault does not need to be proven for compensation to be paid, they can become complex. Your attorney will work to gather all evidence necessary to prove that another party caused your injuries or illness. This can include:
Your attorney will handle all negotiations with other parties involved to reach a fair settlement on your behalf.
The Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) was created by Congress in 1908 to protect railroad workers injured on the job. Though the industry has become safer in the over 100 years since the law’s passage, railroad workers still face risks every day.
Railroad workers who are injured do not automatically get benefits under FELA. They must prove that negligence took place. Injuries can be caused due to:
Some of the injuries covered under FELA include traumatic injuries such as broken or dislocated bones, spinal cord injuries, and traumatic brain injuries. Also covered are:
If you or a loved one are a railroad worker that has been hurt in a work-related incident that was caused by the negligence of an employer or contractor, please seek legal assistance today. At Cerussi & Gunn, P.C., we are going to get to work so we can secure the compensation you deserve. This can include:
When you need a Middlesex County Federal Liability Act attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling us at (732) 936-9920.