Recovering Compensation for Injured and Disabled Railroaders
Not all injuries that railroad workers suffer on the job are the result of a sudden and immediate trauma. Over time, the damage caused by minor injuries or repetitive stress can build to create a cumulative or degenerative condition. As a result, even people who have not suffered one single major incident might become seriously disabled. They need clear guidance to protect their rights.
At the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, law office of Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., our lawyers have helped hundreds of clients across the nation get full access to their rights, benefits and compensation. We are proud to offer proven guidance based on decades of successful practice.
A Law Firm That Can Help
What used to be a minor joint issue or a nagging pain in your back, knee or hip, can, over time, become something much more serious. Railroad work often demands a substantial physical toll and can put tremendous stresses on bodies, bones and joints leading to painful disability.
- Chronic joint pain
- Back injury / neck injury
- Long term chemical exposure effects
- Repetitive motion injuries
- Nerve damage
- Permanent or partial disability
When you or a loved one has diminished physical capacity because of any workplace injury, your family has access to avenues for financial recovery. Working with an experienced and reliable attorney that understands how to pursue compensation through the Federal Employer's Liability Act (FELA) or for Railroad Retirement Board disability benefits can give your family the resources you need now and in the future.
Get the Information and Support You Need
If you or someone you love is a railroader with a disability caused by years of work and physical stress, then we can help you understand and review all of your options. We know the law and we are proud to have helped hundreds of families protect their rights.
Contact us today online or by phone at 866-273-1941 to schedule a free consultation and discuss your case. We only collect our fees when we've recovered compensation for you.