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Our FELA Attorneys take on three distinct types of railroad cases:

Injured railroad workers, click here

Workers who get hurt on the job

Injured railroad workers, click here

Workers who blow the whistle

Injured railroad workers, click here

Passengers who get hurt 

Rail Worker Rights and Protections

A Railroad Worker’s Guide

Read: 7 Basic Steps of a FELA Injury Lawsuit

Hurt on the Railroad

Read: How much is my case worth?

Find out how one worker won $3 million for his on-the-job injury.

Learn how the railroad grossly underestimated the value of the worker’s claim and what led the jury to find the railroad negligent.

assistant signalman sues LIRR and wins with attorney marc wietzke

Client Testimonials:


Electrician, finger injury

Verdict against LIRR


Being injured and out of work was traumatic, but Marc and his staff were always accessible and kept me informed at every step. This helped minimize my stress and uncertainty. I can’t thank them enough for guiding me throughout this process.


Plumber, back injury

Settlement with Metro-North


Marc Wietzke has represented me in two separate cases. He fought like a pit bull for  financial security for me and my family.


Signalman, back injury

Verdict against NJ Transit


Mr. Wietzke is a no nonsense, hands on attorney.  He strategically picked apart the railroad’s story proving to the jury that it was negligent in providing safe working conditions for me. He came to trial prepared to do battle.

We represent workers from:

  • Long Island Railroad (LIRR)
  • Metro-North Railroad (MNRR)
  • Amtrak
  • New Jersey Transit (NJT)
  • PATH
  • Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR)
  • Springfield Terminal
  • Providence & Worcester Railroad
  • Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
  • Delaware and Hudson Railroad
  • Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad
  • Wisconsin & Southern Railroad Co.
  • Illinois Central Railroad Co.
  • BNSF
  • CSX
  • Rail Link
  • Norfolk Southern (NS)
  • Pan Am Railways
  • Conrail

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