Charleston Railroad Construction Accident Attorney
Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA) Claims in West Virginia
Under FELA (the Federal Employers’ Liability Act), injured railroad employees have the right to sue their employers based on comparative negligence. FELA claims differ from workers’ compensation claims because injured railroad workers can sue their employers for negligence.
If you have suffered personal injury in a railroad maintenance or construction accident, Warner Law Offices, PLLC can provide the legal help you need to obtain fair compensation.
Injured in a Railroad Construction Accident? Turn to Warner Law Offices, PLLC
Warner Law Offices, PLLC is dedicated to helping injured railroad workers understand their rights in the workplace. Whether you were injured while performing maintenance work or construction work, or doing any other work-related task, turn to our law firm for skilled legal guidance. We are committed to securing fair compensation for your injuries.
Our lawyers represent railroad workers who have sustained injuries such as the following in railroad construction accidents:
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Neck and back injuries
- Amputation injuries
- Broken bones
- Joint injuries
- Soft tissue injuries
Our law firm has the resources to launch a thorough investigation into the cause of the accident. Your employer or another company may have contributed to unsafe conditions. We will uncover the cause of the accident and hold negligent employers and other parties accountable.
Fatal Railroad Construction Accidents
If you have lost a loved one who was working on the railroad, talk to our law firm about your options in pursuing a wrongful death claim. We handle wrongful death lawsuits involving railroad tunnel collapses, unsafe railroad crossings, and other fatal accidents.
To learn more about how we can assist with a railroad accident claim, contact a lawyer from Warner Law Offices, PLLC by calling (304) 449-3505 or sending us a message to schedule a free initial consultation.