Posted By FELA Attorney
The Federal Employers' Liability Act, also referred to as the FELA, is an important piece of legislation for railroad workers. It was originally enacted in 1906, but was found unconstitutional before being enacted against two years later by Congress. It serves to protect the rights of railroad workers that have been injured on the job, providing compensation if they are able to prove that they ...
Posted By The Law Offices of Martin E. Jackson, P.C.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Railroad Injury Blog with an RSS feed located here.