Railroad Injury Verdicts & Settlements
Railroad Conductor Injured in Crossing Collision - $6,220,000
A railroad conductor riding the leading edge of a train was pinched between the train and a dump truck when the truck driver failed to yield the right of way. This Tampa Conductor lost one leg and lost use of the other leg. (Last offer from the insurance company before trial was $250,000.)
Railroad Conductor Injured Shoulder Throwing a Railroad Switch - $2,200,000
A Miami conductor was injured when the switch he was operating hung up during the course of switching. The jury found the railroad liable for violating numerous federal regulations of switch & track maintenance. An injured rotator cuff and torn labrum prevented his return to work on the railroad.
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