Dedicated Support

Roven Camp is a member of the American Railroad Labor Attorneys (ARLA), an exclusive professional association dedicated to lawyers specializing in legal issues related to the injury, safety, and civil rights of railroad workers. Our Roven Camp attorneys are proud to collaborate with and provide dedicated legal support to various unions in the railroad industry. 

Designated Legal Counsel

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)

Roven Camp is the official legal representative for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) union. This designation signifies that our attorneys are authorized to provide legal advice, representation, and advocacy specifically for the members of IBEW in legal matters related to their work and union membership. It also implies a level of trust and expertise in handling legal issues relevant to electrical workers and the labor union.

Authorized Legal Counsel

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen (BLET)

As the authorized legal counsel for the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen (BLET), Roven Camp has been officially recognized and approved to provide legal representation and advice to the union and its members. This designation indicates that our lawyers have the expertise and authority to handle legal matters on behalf of BLET, particularly those related to the rights, benefits, and legal issues faced by locomotive engineers and train crew members represented by the union.

Benefits of Union-Designated Counsel

Railroad employees who hire union-designated legal counsel receive the following benefits:

  • Contingency fee capped by agreement—railroad employees are only charged a third of the typical cost.
  • Accountability—if we don’t meet your expectations, our union designation could be revoked.
  • We work pro bono for union employees, answering your questions whether you have been injured in an accident or not.
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We Have Represented Employees in the Following Unions

  • International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM)

    IAM represents workers in various industries, including aerospace, transportation, and manufacturing. They advocate for fair wages, job security, and safe working conditions. IAM also offers training programs to help members advance in their careers and negotiate collective bargaining agreements on behalf of its members.

  • International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers (SMART)

    SMART represents workers in the sheet metal, air, rail, and transportation industries. They focus on promoting the welfare of their members through advocacy, education, and training programs. SMART also negotiates fair wages and benefits for its members and advocates for workplace safety and job security.

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  • Brotherhood of Railway Carmen (BRC)

    BRC represents railway carmen, who are responsible for the maintenance and repair of railway cars. They advocate for fair wages, safe working conditions, and job security for their members. BRC also provides training programs to help members advance in their careers and negotiate collective bargaining agreements.

  • Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees (BMWED)

    Committed to the welfare of maintenance-of-way employees, BMWED advocates for fair wages, workplace safety, and professional development, playing a vital role in the railroad industry's workforce.

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  • Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen (BRS)

    Focused on the interests of railroad signallers, BRS prioritizes workplace safety, fair wages, and professional development, ensuring its members have the support and advocacy needed for a secure and fulfilling career in the railroad industry.

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  • Transportation Communications Union (TCU/IAM)

    A powerful union in the transportation sector, TCU represents workers in various roles, advocating for fair treatment, job security, and improved working conditions, contributing to the welfare of its members.

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  • Western Railway Supervisors Association (WRSA)

    Established by Southern Pacific yardmasters who first organized in 1938, the Western Railway Supervisors Association has its own by-laws under which it operates.

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