Chemically-Induced Rail Worker Wins $1.28 Million Jury Award

Posted on Jul 27, 2010
A brakeman who extinguished an engine fire suffered chemically-induced asthma and sinusitis due to his exposure to the toxic diesel fumes. He filed a FELA lawsuit and the railroad, Union Pacific, dragged the case out and took it to trial. Learn the outcome here:

Brakeman Suffers Chemically Induced Asthma After Just One Exposure to Diesel/Toxic Fumes