FELA – Federal Employers Liability Act

FELA Law or the Federal Employers Liability Act is a United States law written and adopted to protect and compensate railroad workers that are injured on the job whether it be on the tracks, in the yards, or actually on a train. This act was adopted in its entirity in 1908 by Congress. Many industry injuries occur in the railyards and they fall under this umbrella called FELA.If you are in question of whether or not your claim or case falls under FELA, give the attorneys at Burwell Nebout Trial Lawyers a call today. They are experienced in all areas of the FELA Act and can help you or your family in their time of need. As practicing NON-UNION FELA attorneys, Russell Burwell III and James Nebout can help make sense of the laws and process your claim if necessary. Call today!