Railroad Worker Injuries, Wrongful Death and FELA
The personal injury lawyers at Gray Ritter Graham in St. Louis have been protecting the rights of railroad workers since 1946, helping them recover for on the job injuries.
GRG is known to railroad workers and their unions throughout the area. We represent seriously injured railroad workers and their families.
- Accidents happen while working on a train, in a depot, in the machine shop, in the yard or at any point along the tracks and at RR crossings. It is important to report the accident immediately, get medical help, and talk to a GRG lawyer, who knows your rights under FELA.
- Many train-related injuries are cumulative. This includes carpal tunnel syndrome caused by repetitive and heavy stress, degenerative disc disease and other back injuries, and cancer caused by asbestos exposure.
- Railroad injuries are often traumatic. A boiler explosion, a crash, an equipment failure in the machine shop, or an on-the-job crossing injury can happen in an instant. The evidence needs to be preserved and examined as soon as possible before the scene changes.
Our law firm knows FELA well, and will protect your rights
Our attorneys have handled FELA cases for more than 75 years, and we have worked with railroad unions to strengthen the laws. We have investigated and pursued injury cases in St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago, Springfield, Little Rock and as distant as Texas, Louisiana and Michigan. Our goal is always to recover complete compensation for the injured worker.
It costs nothing to call and ask us to review your case. Contact us as soon as possible so that we can preserve the evidence and begin our investigation. We represent clients in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and nationwide.