Railroad Accidents – FELA Federal Employers Liability Act
As work-related injuries are unfortunately more common among railroad workers than workers in many other industries, the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) was first enacted in 1908 to defend the rights of railroad workers who suffered on-the-job injuries due to employer negligence or faulty equipment.
During the period of mediation or court proceedings, the injured worker and their family may experience a significant financial impact from medical bills and daily expenses, coupled with the loss of income from time out of work. To help ease the burden of expenses and reduced income during this difficult time, you may be in need of funding to get by.
At PS Finance, we offer several types of Pre-Settlement funding plans to meet your needs. Whether short-term or long, we can customize a plan to help pay your bills and provide income while your case progresses. Complete an application online or speak to one of our qualified professionals to learn if you qualify. To view details by state, click on your state to the right of this page or view the full list here.