The new strategy for railroads in railroad worker personal injury cases (FELA cases), is to try to reduce the sums juries are requiring them to pay by filing legal motions that  ask judges to give them a “setoff” or “credit” for the amount of money the railroad has paid to the Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) for the employer’s portion of  RRB  Tier II benefits (paid in the past by the railroad to the RRB). 

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