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February 28, 2018

On behalf of Cahill & Perry, P.C. Attorneys at Law posted in blog on Wednesday, February 28, 2018. The history of the railroad in the United States dates back to the 1800s. Since then, thousands of people, perhaps yourself and maybe even some of your family members included, have earned their livings as linemen, engineers, conductors and other workers… Read more »

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3 types of railroad work that rank high for injury risks

January 26, 2018

On behalf of Cahill & Perry, P.C. Attorneys at Law posted in blog on Friday, January 26, 2018. The Connecticut railroad and other railway systems in the nation helped change the face of American commerce and travel. Historical literature is rich with stories of adventure, political debate, corruption and danger in the days when the very first tracks were… Read more »

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The act that may help you recover your losses on the railroad

January 03, 2018

On behalf of Cahill & Perry, P.C. Attorneys at Law posted in blog on Wednesday, January 3, 2018. In the early 1900s, there were reportedly high numbers of railroad accidents. If you currently work on a Connecticut railroad, you might say things are quite a bit different now than they were then, or at least were before a particular… Read more »

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Tracking railroad safety and tips for how to avoid accidents

November 07, 2017

On behalf of Cahill & Perry, P.C. Attorneys at Law posted in blog on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. If you work on a Connecticut railroad, you may already be aware that there are enough railroad tracks laid in the United States to encircle the earth — eight times. Whether you work on a freight train or one that carries… Read more »

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These tips may help keep you safe on the railroad

October 04, 2017

On behalf of Cahill & Perry, P.C. Attorneys at Law posted in blog on Wednesday, October 4, 2017. Working on a Connecticut railroad can be a rewarding experience. Many workers enjoy long and happy careers. Perhaps you’re among them. You may have loved trains since you were a child and set your sights early upon growing up and working… Read more »

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Railroad work plus injury equals FELA process

September 01, 2017

On behalf of Cahill & Perry, P.C. Attorneys at Law posted in blog on Friday, September 1, 2017. If you work on a Connecticut railroad and you suffer injury during the normal course of your workplace duties, the workers’ compensation process will help you get the benefits to which you are entitled, right? Wrong! Railroad workers find protection under the… Read more »

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New rail chief says it’s the end of the line for naps

August 02, 2017

On behalf of Cahill & Perry, P.C. Attorneys at Law posted in blog on Wednesday, August 2, 2017. Who doesn’t like a little shut-eye in the afternoon? If you’ve put in a few hours of hard work or driven a long distance, a cat-nap can be just refreshing enough to keep you going strong for the rest of the… Read more »

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What illnesses are associated with asbestos exposure?

July 06, 2017

On behalf of Cahill & Perry, P.C. Attorneys at Law posted in blog on Thursday, July 6, 2017. Over the last 100 years, railroad workers here in Connecticut and across the country have worked around asbestos. Brakes, pipes and boilers are just some of the equipment insulated with asbestos in the railroad industry. Railcars used to be full of… Read more »

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