FELA Railroad Claims

Texas Railroad Accident Attorneys FELA Claims

Railroad employees who are hurt on the job are covered by a federal law called the Federal Employers' Liability Act, better known as the FELA. Under the FELA, railway companies have a duty to provide a safe work environment for railroad employees. If the employer fails to enact or enforce appropriate safety measures, the railroad may be liable for injuries or deaths in the workforce. If you have been injured because a train derailed or a coupling separated, contact a FELA claims attorney to learn about your rights.

More than 35 years of experience with FELA claims

At our Texas law firm, we handle railroad worker injuries and deaths under the Federal Employers' Liability Act (FELA). If you have been injured in the course of your employment with a railroad, contact an experienced FELA claims lawyer. The Law Firm of Alton C. Todd has been handling railroad employee injuries for more than 35 years. Call us to schedule a free initial consultation.

Accidents, injuries, and death

Our clients include railroad workers suffering from:

Accidents and conditions that cause these injuries can also cause death. The FELA also provides for compensation for railroad employees killed on the job. Whether you are seeking payment for your own injuries, or are a family member of a victim of a fatal railroad accident, we can help.

We work only for you

We represent only injured railway employees and their families. We have been handling railroad employee injury claims for more than 35 years. We also help railroad employees and members of the public who seek compensation for injuries suffered in a railroad crossing accident or train derailment.

We use all this experience to help people achieve the financial security they need to recover from a serious railroad injury or the death of a family member in a railroad accident. Contact us at our Friendswood office. Call us at The Law Firm of Alton C. Todd.