What is FELA?
FELA – the Federal Employers Liability Act – was passed in 1908 in response to the increasing dangers of railroad worker accidents. Under FELA, any worker who is injured while working on a railroad is entitled to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering, as long as it can be proven that the railroad was at least partially at fault for the accident.
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