What is the FELA (Federal Employers’ Liability Act)?
How is the FELA (Federal Employers’ Liability Act) different than workers’ compensation?
Since FELA is a fault-based system, how does that affect railroad workers?
Why is FELA the best protection a Railroader can have?
How is the general public protected from railroad negligence?
What should I do if I’m injured while working on a railroad?
How are catastrophic injuries different on the railroad?
What is the Railroad Retirement Board?
Where should I seek medical attention after being injured on a railroad?
Why do you recommend that an injured railroad worker not sign a medical records authorization release?
Do I have a right to confidentiality with my doctor?
What are my rights if I’m injured on the job?
How do I fill out a Personal Injury Report (PIR)?
Should I make any other statements in addition to a Personal Injury Report?
What if I am coerced or intimidated from reporting my railroad injury?
How soon after being injured on the railroad do I have to file a claim with the railroad?
Does the FELA cover occupational illness, cumulative trauma, or repetitive stress injuries?
What if I am partially at fault for my injury?
What am I entitled to under the FELA?
Do I need a lawyer after being injured on a railroad?
How do I know which lawyer is best to represent me in a railroad injury claim?
What do you recommend to someone looking for a railroad attorney?
Does it matter if the attorney has an established record of successful litigation experience?
Why is the number of FELA cases an attorney has tried before important?
Why is trial success important in comparing one attorney against another?
How do I find out if an attorney has been suspended or disbarred form the practice of law in a state?
Is there a cost for checking out an attorney’s qualifications?
What types of credentials should I look for in a railroad attorney other than cases tried?
How do I know if someone is a certified trial specialist?
Are there any other organizations that certify law firms?
Are there any other organizations that certify individual attorneys?
Are all of the organizations equal?
How do I check out rumors or claims about other lawyers?
How do I know if I need a lawyer after being injured on a railroad?
How do I choose a lawyer to help me after being injured on a railroad?
What is your advice to someone looking for an attorney and who may receive phone solicitations from a lawyer?
Must I use attorneys recommended to me by my union?
Describe your involvement with CSX Transportation v. McBride
How has the CSX Transportation v. McBride case impacted the safety of railroad workers today?
What is a union designation?
Are all the union designation systems the same?
What are the pros and cons of union designations?
What is an LM-10 and an LM-30 form?
Do I have to choose a union designated lawyer?
How can someone seeking a lawyer avoid the problem of union corruption?
What is a claims agent?
Can I trust claims agents?
What should I do if a claims agent calls me and asks me to fill out papers?
What should I know about how claims agent departments work?
Is there anything that claims agents may tell me that I should question?
Are there any concerns that clients should have in dealing with catastrophic injuries and claims agents?
Discuss what sets your law firm, Yaeger & Jungbauer, apart from other railroad attorneys
William Jungbauer discusses his firm Yaeger & Jungbauer
William Jungbauer discusses his experience in railroader law and the Motley Collision cases
How did you get the NTSB to reverse its own findings in the Motley collision case?
How did you decide to become a lawyer?
What is the most rewarding aspect of practicing railroad law?