Alabama Railroad Accident Attorney
Fighting for those injured in railroad accidents throughout central and south Alabama
Railroad Accident Injury Law Overview
Even today, the railroad industry is regarded as one of the most dangerous industries in the country. Statistics show that there are over 1,500 train accidents in the United States every year. There were 180 casualties as a result of railroad accidents in 2014 in Alabama.
As railroad jobs are industrial in nature, workers face many more dangers than a typical office worker. CNN recently named industrial machine repairman (including railroad maintenance workers) among the top 10 most dangerous jobs in the nation. Further, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that rail yard engineers have much higher rates of occupational injuries than other jobs.
Time is of the essence. If you have been injured, or your loved one has died as the result of another’s careless conduct, don’t wait, contact us today for a complimentary case review.
How can a Railroad Accident Attorney Help?
While your case is pending, our lawyers will work with you and your family to make sure that you receive the best possible medical care. Our commitment is to obtain the maximum verdict or settlement possible. When you trust your case to our team, you can be confident knowing your best interests are our top priority.
Our personal injury team will fight to secure the compensation needed to pay for your:
Pain & Suffering
Past & Future Wages
Loss of Future Economic / Educational Support
Loss of the Care, Comfort & Companionship of a Loved One
Our Personal Injury Attorneys Get Results
We believe that every case is an important one and that every client deserves personal attention, compassion and an attorney who will fight for your rights. No matter the extent of the injuries or the type of accident that you have been injured in, do not hesitate to get the involvement of an Alabama personal injury attorney from our firm. Contact us today.
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