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Attorney Alan Kolodny wisely uses The Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) to very well present his railroad clients’ injury claims in mediation or at trial.

The status provided by FELA protects the injured railworker, and the Kolodny Law Firm knows how to use the act on behalf of Plaintiffs.

Railworkers include car men, locomotive engineers, conductors, bridge and rail workers, maintenance of way workers, and boiler inspectors, among others. The injuries that these railworkers sustain include but are not limited to back and neck injuries, traumatic brain injury, burn injuries, crush injuries, fractures, permanent disabilities and disfigurement, and in some cases, the loss of life.

Let us help you. Call Alan Kolodny now at (713) 532-4474.

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In 2016, there was 1,582 train accidents, a 12% decrease from the 1,928 train accidents in 2015, according to the information from the Federal Railroad Administration Office of Safety Analysis.

A railroad’s responsibility to motorists or pedestrians depends on the circumstances of the accident. Conditions at the time and place of crossing can change the duty the railroad owes. A railroad’s obligation to its employees is covered by the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA). Passed in 1908, FELA requires railroads to provide fair compensation to their employees for injury caused by the railroads’ negligence or hazardous working conditions.

Employees in Texas who are injured on the railroad may be entitled to receive medical benefits, including payment for reasonable medical expenses and compensation for the time they missed from work. Injuries under FELA can be the result of negligence on the part of your employer or its agents. This includes anyone who is acting on behalf of the company at the time you were injured. This can be someone who is directing your work, such as a supervisor or foreman.

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One Step Ahead

Our firm has worked with countless insurance companies; therefore, we understand the complexities of their procedures.

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Building Your Case

Kolodny Law Firm sends letters to the insurance providers immediately and ensures they know of your representation.

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Achieving Your Goals

Our network of doctors and facilities we work with will assist you to get high quality treatment for your injuries.

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