Blog Posts in 2013

  • Engineers Files Lawsuit Against Railroad Company for Exposure to Fumes

    || 27-Nov-2013

    A lawsuit has been filed against railroad company, CSX Transportation. A former worker for the company was the one who filed the lawsuit, claiming that he had developed asthma as a result of inhaling the diesel fumes during his time of employment. The worker, MC, states that he had been employed by the company as a locomotive engineer back in 2010 and at this time his duties required him to be ...
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  • Martin E. Jackson recently obtained a ruling from the Court granting summary judgment in favor of his client who was injured when the automatic coupling system on a cut of rail cars failed to couple as required by the Federal Safety Appliance Act. Summary judgment means that the judge in the case ruled that the Union Pacific had violated the federal law and therefore the railroad was legally ...
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