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Southern California FELA Railroad Injury Lawyer

Unlike other workplace injury accidents, railroad injury cases do not go through the standard workers’ compensation system. Instead, they are handled under the Federal Employees Liability Act (FELA). An injured railroad employee directly sues the railroad for harm. The employee still needs to prove railroad negligence, but the standard of proof is far less than what it would be for other injury claims.

Were you injured in a railroad accident while on the job? Whether you suffered a head injury, amputation, spinal cord injury or any other serious injury, the attorneys of Rose, Klein & Marias LLP, can help. Since our law firm was founded in 1936, we have helped thousands of people recover compensation for their workplace injuries. We are committed to recovering the maximum financial damages for you.

To schedule a FREE CONSULTATION, contact our Southern California FELA railroad injury attorneys today.

Experienced San Diego Railway Accident Attorneys

Our firm takes pride in our successful 75-year history. We have the knowledge and resources to effectively represent clients in even the most complex railroad accident cases. You can be sure that you are getting the strong and valuable representation you need.

Our success is linked to our thorough investigations of claims. We begin by gaining an understanding of your work history so we can identify causes of the accident and potential liable parties. We also work with industry experts who can provide valuable testimony to strengthen your case.

We can handle all types of railroad accident cases, including those involving workers who:

  • Were hit by a train
  • Tripped on debris in the rail yard
  • Fell from a rail car
  • Lost an arm or leg that was caught in machinery
  • Suffered illness from exposure to toxic chemicals transported in rail cars
  • Suffered a back injury loading cargo

Contact Our Southern California Law Firm

All railroad injury cases are handled on a contingency basis. That means we do not charge a fee unless we get compensation for you.

Contact our Los Angeles personal injury lawyers today to discuss your case for free with an experienced lawyer. Our firm has several fully-staffed offices throughout Southern California for your convenience.