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Do I Have a FELA Claim?

William Grammar worked for Illinois Central Railroad for nearly 40 years until he was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2011. Mr. Grammar believes that his kidney cancer was caused by long-term workplace exposure to harmful chemicals and fumes — including asbestos, diesel exhaust and pesticides — without proper respiratory equipment. He is now suing his Read More

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Minnesota Train Derailment Causes Crude Oil Spill

In March, a freight train carrying crude oil from Alberta, Canada to the Chicago area derailed in western Minnesota, causing three tankers to rupture and leak up to 30,000 gallons of fuel. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency reported that the cold weather had made the oil thicker, making recovery of the oil more difficult. But Read More

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