Skilled Help With Railroad Accident Claims
When a person in involved in a railroad accident, the resulting injuries can be debilitating, even fatal. The accident victim is not the only one who suffers. His or her family and friends are affected as well, leading to physical, financial, and emotional damages that can last a lifetime. If you suffer an injury as an employee of the railroad industry or as an innocent victim of a railroad accident, consult an experienced railroad injury lawyer for help with your financial recovery.
At Bonifield & Rosenstengel, P.C., in Belleville, we represent people injured by the negligence of the railway industry. One of our firm’s founding attorneys, Jerry Bonifield, has been working in and around the railroad industry for over 35 years. This gives us insight into the workings of this unique business. We have seen the serious effects that a railroad injury can have on a person’s life. To learn about getting compensation following a railroad accident, contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.
Our lawyers tap into the legal remedies available through the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) and the Safety Appliance Act. These federal laws can help protect you if you are injured by the negligence of a railroad company.
Railroad Crossing Accidents
The railroad industry has a duty to ensure that the thousands of railroad crossings they maintain across the country are safe. Many accidents are caused by railroad companies who fail to adequately inspect crossing guards, clear obstructions from a motorist’s view, ensure conductors adhere to posted speed limits, and use horns and lights to adequately warn motorists of an oncoming train. Any train crash involving an automobile is serious. We will determine who is responsible for your injuries.
No matter what type of railroad accident injuries you have suffered, call 618-215-2412 or 866-223-2525 for a free initial consultation. Our lawyers represent clients throughout Illinois and Missouri, including Belleville and East St. Louis.