Holding Railroads Liable Under the FELA

Oct 25, 2014

Train crews encounter grade crossing collisions are more frequent than they should be and railroads don’t train their employees properly on how to protect themselves in the event of an imminent crossing collision. The failure to provide this training is a violation of the railroads’ non-delegable duty to provide there employees a safe work place. The article linked below addresses how to assert the claim and rebuff the railroads’ certain attempt to obtain judgment as a matter of law.