Northern California FELA Railroad Personal Injury Attorney

San Francisco Bay Area Railroad Worker Accident Lawyer

Has an accident at your railroad workplace left you without an income and compensation for health care expenses?

In FELA railroad accident injury claims cases, Attorney John Furstenthal has benefited from years of valuable experience with a law firm that worked with California's railroad unions. He has since moved his special insights and effective strategies to the Furstenthal Law Office.

He also maintains healthy working relationships with claims agents and lawyers who work for these railroad companies. His familiarity with their processes gives him easy access to their resources, for a practical solution to your legal problem.

The San Francisco Bay Area personal injury and Federal Employers' Liability Act (FELA) claims attorney you can trust with your legal goals is John Furstenthal, founder of the Furstenthal Law Office, Inc., in Contra Costa County, California. Contact our personal injury law firm online or call (510) 384-8668 today to schedule a FREE consultation.

Reputation for Positive Results in California Railroad Accident Cases

John Furstenthal represents plaintiff railroad accident victims exclusively. He does not, and never has, represented a railroad company.

Workers' compensation benefits do not apply to injured railroad workers, or to surviving family members in the event of a fatal injury accident. In the recent past, John Furstenthal has been successful in representing injured employees of Union Pacific Railroad, Amtrak and BNSF. No matter how you were injured — slip-and-fall, equipment failure, derailment or crash — no matter who you work for or how your accident happened, attorney John Furstenthal will aggressively protect your rights at all times.

He has been to your homes and hospital rooms. He knows the unique challenges you face during your recovery. He knows that you can only be paid if you are working. He understands your concern about returning to work, or if your job will be there when you get back, or if vocational rehabilitation will be available to you.

At the Furstenthal Law Office, Attorney John Furstenthal does everything in his power to help you recoup funding to defray lost wages, medical bills, repair or replacement of a motor vehicle, and a settlement that reflects your pain and suffering. He performs these duties on a contingency fee basis — he cannot be compensated until you are.

There are specific legal rules that pertain to types of injuries sustained by engineers, conductors, laborers and other workers, in transportation, maintenance of way, and other departments. As your attorney, John Furstenthal translates the legal ramifications of these accidents from legal jargon to lay language, in order to better communicate with and represent you. Many less experienced injury lawyers do not know liability or damage rules, or where to look for pivotal facts that hold a negligent party accountable. As a result, injured workers are poorly represented and lose the chance to gain justice for themselves.

Protect your rights the right way, the first time, by making the right choice of attorney — the Furstenthal Law Office.

FREE Consultation - Call the Furstenthal Law Office Today — (510) 384-8668

Your initial consultation with experienced Contra Costa County FELA Railroad Personal Injury Lawyer John Furstenthal is free of charge. Please call or e-mail us. If your injury has limited your travel, our caring attorney can come to your home or hospital. Our law firm represents clients throughout Northern California.


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