Category Archives: FELA / Railroad Injuries

Federal Employer’s Liability Act

By | March 4, 2009

Why You Need a FELA Lawyer Enacted in 1908, the Federal Employers’ Liability Act was passed by Congress and signed into law to protect America’s railroad workers. The Act, commonly referred to as FELA (pronounced “fee-lah”), was the US Government’s response to the harsh treatment of workers that worked days and nights, seven days straight forging the railway… Read More »