Firm News

Largest Wrongful Death Verdict in Connecticut History
The largest railroad wrongful death verdict in the history of Connecticut: just under $11 million dollars for the death of a Metro-North flagman

The Great Train Seizure - Three Articles:

Train fatalities, railroad worker injuries, and passenger injuries… simply put, that is what we do.
We work closely with victims of railroad and train related injuries and seek justice for our clients, whether they are injured railroad workers or injured passengers.

63-Year-Old Foreman with Double Leg Amputation
Cahill & Perry, P.C. forced Metro-North Railroad to pay the largest amount of money in its history for a FELA case: $7 million in cash

$5.5 Million Settlement for Metro-North Railroad Worker
Connecticut Post, Thursday, March 11, 2004

$3.2M Award For Widow, Other Lawyers Turned Away
Thomas B. Scheffey, The Connecticut Law Tribune

Metro-North Fined Record $250K in Worker Retaliation Case

Snowmen of Grand Central Terminal Case
Landmark asbestos lawsuit against Metro-North Railroad

The Most Important Case Ever to Arise Under the Federal Railroad Safety Act: B & M v. Lenfest, et al
Rail labor strikes over safety and railroad's retaliation strikes out

Lineman Burned After Being Electrocuted While Working on Track
A jury in federal court in Bridgeport awarded Metro-North apprentice lineman Terrance Curly $2 million, the largest verdict ever obtained in any federal court against Metro-North Commuter Railroad

Workin' on the Railroad: Three-Man New Haven Boutique Has Never Lost a Case
Caroline V. Clarke, The Connecticut Law Tribune