Workplace Injuries: Railroad Accidents

In October 2007 in Painesville, a Buffalo, New York-bound CSX freight train from Cleveland carrying grain, glycerin, alcohol and butane, among other cargo, derailed and exploded. The blast shot flames 30 feet into the air and forced a mass evacuation of the area. Thankfully no one was injured, but the fallout affected more than 1,000 households that had been ordered to evacuate. What if workers had been near the blast? What if you or a loved one had been one of them?

That's why it's comforting to know that Elk & Elk Co., Ltd., has offices around the state, so finding a quality train crash lawyer is no problem. It's also reassuring to know that when you hire a lawyer from Elk & Elk, you're getting much, much more than simply a lawyer. You're getting an entire staff with offices around the state with the financial and staffing resources you need when you are injured in a train crash.

Free consultation: If you've been injured or have property damage — or know someone who has — as a result of a train-related accident, call 1-800-ELK-OHIO.

Highly experienced lawyers and professionals who will get to the truth

Railroads are governed by a complex set of laws and regulations. If you have been involved in a railroad accident, you should not trust your case to just any lawyer. We have more than five decades of experience. We understand complex railroad accident laws, and we understand that it takes teamwork takes to prove a case.

We work with a team of highly qualified experts, including doctors, nurses and other medical professionals, accident reconstructionists, investigators, accountants and economists.

Together, our team has what it takes to find the facts about your train accident case and carefully document what happened and how you have been harmed.

Excellent representation without any upfront costs

If you have been injured in a railroad accident, you may not be able to work, and medical bills are likely piling up. At Elk & Elk, you will not have to pay us any costs up front. If we take your case and we do not win, we will not charge you a dime. It's a sign of the significant resources we bring to a case, and it shows how confident we are in our knowledge and skills.

To see for yourself, check out our  case results. During the last decade, our lawyers have earned more settlements and verdicts greater than $1 million than any other similarly sized firm in Ohio.

Check out our no fee promise

If are a worker who has been injured in a train accident, schedule a free initial consultation. Our attorneys will make sure your questions are answered and gather information that we will use to evaluate your case. We're available 24 hours a day, seven days per week, 365 days per year.

Call us today at 1-800-ELK-OHIO or fill out a quick, easy, no-obligation online evaluation form. When you contact us, ask about our no fee promise.