Attention Current & Former Railroad Workers:
You May Have Been Exposed to Dangerous Solvents!
From the 1960s through the early 1990s millions of railroad workers were commonly exposed to harmful solvents now known to cause brain damage. If you worked for a major railroad during that period and have short-term memory loss, depression, anxiety and diminished mental functioning, you could be suffering from undiagnosed Toxic encephalopathy.
FELA, or the Federal Employers Liability Act, gives railroad workers not covered by regular workers' compensation laws the right to sue their employers for damages if injured while on the job. You may be entitled to compensation for wage loss, future wage loss, medical expenses and treatments, pain and suffering, and for partial or permanent disability.
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