FELA Attorneys in Houston TX Represent Injured Railroad Workers
Help for Injured Workers with FELA Claims in Houston & Throughout Texas
Working for railroads is a dangerous job and workers are at constant risk for serious injury. At The Callahan Law Firm, our FELA attorneys in Houston, Texas work aggressively to represent injured railroad workers against the railroad and help them collect full and fair compensation for their medical care, lost wages, loss of earning capacity, impairment and other damages.If you were injured on the job working for a railroad company and need to speak with a FELA lawyer in relation to a claim in Houston or elsewhere in Texas, contact us now.
Experienced Railroad Injury Attorneys | Houston, Texas
Free Initial Consultations | Call 713-224-9000 or toll-free at 888-224-7020
About Filing a FELA Claim
Railroad accident cases are complex. Injured workers are not covered under the standard workers’ compensation laws. Instead, they must seek compensation under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA) which allows injured railroad employees to pursue a claim against the railroad carrier, its agents, servants or employees for negligence and carelessness.
If you have been injured in a railroad accident, you need an attorney who understands the nuances of FELA claims and who can effectively represent your interests under this Act. We can help.
Our firm has successfully handled a variety of serious injury cases for injured workers, including those involving:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Back and neck injuries
- Whole body vibration
- Closed head injuries
- Broken bones
- Severed limbs
- Crush injuries
- Exposure to toxins
- And other catastrophic injuries
Contact an Attorney Experienced in Handling FELA Claims
An injured railroad worker has the right to seek compensation for their injuries under FELA. Please contact us today to discuss your FELA claim in a free initial consultation. Call us at 713-224-9000 or toll-free at 888-224-7020, or send us an e-mail.
Our FELA attorneys in Houston TX accept all work injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis; you owe us no attorney fees unless you make a recovery.