I hope you will check out the information which my law partner has added to our website about on-duty railroad injuries to the people who run locomotives. It has been our pleasure over the years to represent many North Carolina (NC) railroad men in the various places throughout the state where there is a lot of railroad activity including Rocky Mount, Raleigh, Charlotte, Ashville, and Wilmington. Our railroad worker F.E.L.A. practice is the backbone of our firm and has been for over two decades. We not only represent engineers, but all other railway crafts including conductors, signalmen, Carmen, trackmen, brakemen, welders, and all other maintenance of way workers. Our founding law partner was formerly a Norfolk Southern (NS) brakeman/conductor and when he opened our firm in the 1980’s he used the slogan “railroaders representing railroaders” to show how knowledgeable we were about railroading and how connected we felt to the people we were privileged to represent. That same spirit is carried on today at our firm.
About the Editors: Shapiro & Appleton is a law firm which focuses on injury and accident law and we have experience handling FELA and general railroad injury cases. Check out our case results to see for yourself. Our law firm has offices in Elizabeth City, North Carolina (NC) and Virginia Beach, Virginia (VA). Our attorneys have handled thousands of railroad injury and FELA cases. We would love to send you one of our FREE reports about railroad injury and FELA cases, including the Do’s and Don’ts When Injured at a Railroad – The Railroad Workers FELA Rights and What Railroad Claim Agents Agents Won’t Tell You (But You Must Know). Our lawyers hold licenses in NC, VA, SC, WV, KY and DC. We are ready to talk to you by phone right now—we provide free initial confidential injury case consultations, so call us toll free at (833) 997-1774. Our injury attorneys also host an extensive injury law video library on Youtube . In addition, our lawyers proudly edit the Northeast North Carolina Injuryboard, as well as the Virginia Beach Injuryboard and Norfolk Injuryboard as a pro bono public information service.