National FELA Attorneys For Injured Railroad Workers
“The Federal Employers’ Liability Act was designed to put on the railroad industry some of the costs of the legs, arms, eyes and lives which it consumed in its operation. Not all these costs were imposed, for the Act did not make the employer the insurer. The liability which was imposed was the liability for negligence.” Justice William O. Douglas
The U.S. Congress passed the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA) to give injured railroad workers a means for recovering compensation for medical costs, lost earnings and other financial damages, as well as general damages, including pain and suffering.
If you are a railroad worker who has suffered an injury or disability related to your employment, you may be entitled to file a claim against your employer to recover compensation for all of your harms and losses, financial and otherwise.
The Highest-Quality FELA Representation After Your Railroad Accident
For more than 90 years, Hildebrand McLeod & Nelson LLP has been a leader in the legal community representing injured railroad workers and their families. From our offices in Oakland and Glendale, California, we represent clients throughout the United States, with a special focus on FELA claims filed in California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Utah.
A Proud Legal Heritage
Our record of trying hundreds of FELA lawsuits to successful trial verdicts has brought us national recognition. Our lawyers are proud to have earned the right to serve as Designated Legal Counsel for the various crafts of the men and women who work on the nation’s railroads. The partners, associate attorneys and staff combine years of experience, skill and passion, resulting in the most effective FELA claims representation available.
Learn More About How We Can Help
Please visit these additional pages to learn more about our commitment to protecting the rights of railroad workers in America:
- Disability benefits available
- Necessary factors for filing a FELA claim
- Disabilities caused by cumulative trauma, vibration or repetitive stress
Visit these pages if you have questions about FELA and our record of success.
Arrange A Free Case Evaluation · No Upfront Retainer Or Attorneys’ Fees
Call our offices toll free at 800-689-7066 or contact us by email to schedule an opportunity to discuss your FELA claim with one of our attorneys as soon as possible. You only pay attorneys’ fees if we help you recover money in a settlement or trial verdict.