Many of the jobs in the railroad industry are dangerous. Serious personal injury is not uncommon and the types of injuries are from head, back, and neck injuries to damaged knees and shoulders. If you have suffered serious personal injury in an accident while working as a railroad employee, you need experienced legal advise to protect your rights.

Many railroad employees are injured in slips, trips and falls on the crushed gravel or other ballast that forms the railroad bed.
The injuries that railroad workers suffer come in many forms, from hearing loss due to exposure to high decibel levels to carpal tunnel syndrome to neurological disorders from exposure to toxic solvents and chemicals.
The most common injuries, however, are back injuries, which often result from job requirements that involve excessive lifting. Injuries can be caused by unsafe working conditions, by defective tools, or by faulty equipment. If the injury can be attributed to negligence by the railroad, the worker has a right to recover damages under FELA. Our clients receive our full attention and a high level of customer service. Ryan Orsatti will keep tabs on every case, so that he can call you personally and talk about your case. Ryan Orsatti will be there every step of the way. Now, what lawyer do you know or have you ever heard of that would do that?

The railroad industry has become a safer place to work, as a result of advances in technology, as well as the impact of successful FELA claims against the railroad industry. Still, the railroad industry remains a dangerous place to work. If you have been hurt working on a train-railroad accident and want an lawyer to help you get full settlement for your injury, contact Ryan Orsatti at Ryan Orsatti Law,
for your free initial consultation. 210 525 1200.

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