All types of railroad workers are covered by the provisions of FELA, the Federal Employers' Liability Act, including
- Machine operators
- Maintenance of way workers
- Maintenance workers
- Other railroad workers
If you or a loved one fall under one of these categories and has suffered a serious injury while on the job, don't hesitate to contact a Virginia (VA) FELA lawyer for a free, no-hassle consultation.
- What Is the Federal Employers Liability Act, or FELA?
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Learn more: As Virginia and Carolina attorneys specializing in FELA and railroad injury law, we offer hundreds of pages of information to help you learn your rights and recover compensation if you've been hurt on the job, riding trains or crossing rail tracks. You may find our list "What Not to Do After a Railroad Accident" especially helpful.