Railroad cancer cases have resulted in a wide range of verdicts and settlements. Bear in mind, some cases have resulted in “not guilty” verdicts where the sickened worker received nothing. Hughes Law Offices compiled a few cases below.
As you can see, these cases often involve diesel exhaust along with other workplace toxins like solvents, silica sand and asbestos. While no two cases are alike, these results should give you some guidance regarding the potential settlement and verdict value of railroad cancer claims, the types of exposures, and the affected workers.
Hughes Law Offices is providing case histories to inform visitors about actual case fact patterns and rulings. Unless specifically noted, the cases summarized herein were not handled by attorneys at Hughes Law Offices.
If you or a loved one worked for the railroad and received a cancer diagnosis, email FELA cancer railroad trackman cancer attorney Andrew Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at (312) 877-5588 today. Your time to file a claim may be running out.