Years ago, railroad jobs were compared to the front lines, and workers took their life in their hands every day.
Over the years, some conditions have improved, and some safety measures have been put in place for workers’ protection.
But the truth is that railroad workers – from mechanics and carmen to pipefitters, brakemen, and switchmen – still risk their lives every day to help goods and people get across this great land.
They face administrative and legal roadblocks that are unique to the railroad.
Corporations, governments, insurance companies, and brass collars have plenty of money to recover when something goes wrong – regular people don’t.
We have over 50 years of combined experience working with our clients to protect their rights and build their family’s emotional and financial security.
Our team does not collect any upfront costs. We will work with you day and night on your case, and we won’t get paid until you do.