Connecticut FELA Lawsuits

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Victims of railroad accidents or occupational hazards in the railyard can face a complex claims process involving claims agents whose aim is to reduce liability for their employer. Our Connecticut law firm, Cahill & Perry, P.C., has 30 years experience in representing railroad accident victims so that you may get the full amount of your entitled benefits and can continue on with your recovery.

FELA Litigation in Connecticut

Railroad employers in Connecticut are subject to the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA), which requires railroad employers to shoulder the responsibility for any worker injuries or occupational illnesses. After you have been injured in a railroad accident, you should immediately contact a railroad attorney in Connecticut to help you receive medical expenses compensation and benefits.

Our railroad lawyers in CT will help you file your claim, and see it through all stages until you receive your entitled benefits. FELA awards include the possibility of a jury award if the case reaches trial. Whether your railroad lawyer reaches a settlement outside of court or wins you a jury award, it is the responsibility of your attorney to prove that your injury was directly caused by negligence on the part of your employer. Connecticut FELA litigation can be complex, and it is in your best interest to obtain a lawyer that is experienced in the claims process. Our lawyers at Cahill & Perry know the steps to take after a CT railroad accident and put your best interests first throughout the entire process.

If you have suffered from a railroad accident injury and need legal representation in Connecticut, call us at Cahill & Perry at our toll free number, 800-576-0515, or contact us through our quick web form.

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If you are a railroad worker who has been injured on the job, you need a lawyer who understands the complicated FELA claims process. Find out how we can help you receive the compensation you deserve.

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