Railroad Company Used Injury History to Deny Worker Promotion

Posted on Aug 11, 2011
John C., a FELA and railroad accident victim's attorney with our Virginia-based personal injury law firm, has written a blog post about a railroad employee who was awarded $125,000 in punitive damages after it was discovered that Metro North Railroad was using past injury history as a factor for determining who received promotions. To learn more, read "Railroad Company Slapped With Record Punitive Damages Due to Penalizing Employee Who Reported Injuries."