Railroad Accident and Burn Injuries Claims
Victims of burn injuries suffer excruciating pain and can endure permanent injuries, including loss of sensation or loss of limb. Railroad injury burns can leave victims unable to work, in severe pain, and even permanently disabled. When you or someone you love suffers a burn injury, our legal team can help you get the financial compensation you need to move forward. Cahill & Perry, P.C., has been representing victims of railroad accidents and their families in complex injury claims for more than 35 years.
Protect Your Rights Today
Immediately after an accident, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can identify your rights and help you pursue every available opportunity for recovery. We are a premier railroad worker victims' rights firm with extensive experience handling both FELA (Federal Employers Liability Act) and FRSA (Federal Railway Safety Act) claims and investigations.
Our railroad burn injury attorneys represent clients throughout New York, Connecticut, Boston, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and nationally, in cases involving:
- Railroad collisions
- Electrical burns
- Chemical burns
- Tissue damage
- Loss of limb
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Work-related accidents
- Paralysis, including paraplegia and quadriplegia
Long-Term Support, Benefits and Care
For many victims, financial recovery is important not just for immediate medical expenses, but for long-term care needs. Our lawyers understand how difficult it can be for out-of-work victims as well as for their families. We will take the time to understand your concerns, develop a comprehensive approach, and work strategically to maximize your recovery. With decades of experience, we will explore every avenue of relief to secure your family's financial future and to help cover your losses.
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 occupational injuries attorney.