Paralyzed Rail Engineer Gets Compensated With Help From Our Firm
Railroad Claim Agents Must Provide You Your Accident Report Many railroad workers are not aware that a federal railroad regulation requires that railroads must provide you a copy of an accident report if you request it.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010A railroad engineer suffered what is called "incomplete quadriplegia" after getting hit by a train engine. Our client has some minimal use of one of his arms but has no feeling throughout the rest of his body. Clearly, the man's life was changed forever because of the on-the-job railroad accident. The rail worker retained our law firm, and we were able to secure a sizable settlement for him. To learn more, check out the case result: Railroad Conductor Who Suffered Paralysis and Quadriplegia After Being Struck by Train Engine