FELA Attorneys for Amtrak and Railroad Worker Injury Claims

At Lipkin & Higgins, our personal injury lawyers are devoted to helping injured Amtrak and railroad workers in the U.S. receive the appropriate compensation after accidents or injuries. There is no cost to contact us for a consultation and we support clients throughout the United States from our Chicago office.

Our experienced FELA injury lawyers have helped hundreds of train engineers, brakemen, switchmen and other Amtrak and railroad employees obtain compensation for injuries sustained on the job site or as a result of misconduct by the railroad company. Train accidents often result in serious injuries or fatalities. There is no limit to the potential recovery amount for railroad and Amtrak workers under FELA laws, which means finding the right lawyer is essential. For more information on our past experience, read Lipkin & Higgins' FELA Claim and Train Accident Case Results.

If you have sustained injury on the job or as a result of the work you do on the railroad that resulted in medical treatment, lost time from work, or disability and pain – contact the FELA attorneys from Lipkin & Higgins. Read our advice for those who have suffered a railroad injury, as well.

The Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA) was specifically designed to protect injured railroad workers. Because this law is complex, it is essential to hire experienced lawyers who specialize in FELA claims with litigating experience in both state and federal courts. When working with a Lipkin & Higgins attorney, your case will be handled by a senior lawyer with at least 20 years experience.

While all claims are different due to the nature of the injury, type of medical treatment required or possibility of permanent disability, we have helped many individuals and families obtain financial compensation after an injury. Call Lipkin & Higgins today at (312) 857-1710 to schedule your free consultation with an experienced attorney or complete the form below.


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