Protecting the Rights of Railroad Workers and Their Families
As a railroad worker, you are exposed to various railroad accidents and railroad injuries. You and your co-workers also face uphill battles when dealing with retaliation, discrimination and labor disputes. These situations can have devastating effects on your ability to work and support your family.
Experienced and Prepared to Handle Complex Rail Claims
For more than three decades, Cahill Goetsch & Perry, P.C. Attorneys at Law, has remained the go-to law firm for injured railroad workers and their families in New York, Connecticut, Boston, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. Our attorneys fight hard for workers, we devote personal attention to each client and we help to level the playing field in struggles between rail labor and rail management. We have collected more than $150 million for people involved in railyard accidents and personal injuries stemming from unsafe working conditions.
Whether you are a railroad worker who has been injured or retaliated against, or a train passenger or outside contractor injured on railroad equipment or property, you need to know your rights. Our railroad accident attorneys have comprehensive experience with Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) personal injuries and Federal Rail Safety Act (FRSA) retaliation matters. We have helped people with all types of injuries and problems on railroads such as:
- Amtrak (National Rail Passenger Corp. or NRPC)
- CSX Railroad (CSX Rail)
- Norfolk Southern Railroad (NFSR or NSRR)
- Metro-North Commuter Railroad (Metro-North Railroad or MN RR)
- Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad (MBCR)
- New Jersey Transit (NJ Transit Rail)
- Long Island Railroad (LIRR)
- Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH or PATH Rail)
- Providence and Worcester Railroad (PW Railroad)
- Pan Am Railways
- Short line railroads
Leading Advocacy to Maximize Your Compensation
Our railroad law firm focuses on achieving optimal results for our clients. If you or someone you love has been injured in a train or railroad accident, we will initiate an immediate investigation, collect all relevant evidence, and aggressively pursue your right to maximum compensation. Our priority is to fight for your rights and help you recover the financial support you need after a serious railroad injury or the death of a loved one.
If you have been injured in a railroad accident or as a railroad employee, please call 800-576-0515 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free confidential consultation with our FELA lawyers.