Written by our personal injury lawyers in Charlottesville
Francis Hajek has represented injured railroad workers from all the major rail unions, both before and after being designated lawyers for those unions. The more serious railroad personal injury cases involved employees who lost limbs, had back, neck, shoulder, knee, hand or foot surgeries, or nerve damage. We also represented the families of employees killed on the railroad.
Money is the only thing left for an injured railroad employee or the family left behind. Money cannot replace a life, a limb, or a healthy body, but it is all that is left following a railroad injury. I have been able to obtain seven verdicts/settlements in excess of one million dollars for rail and car accident clients.
Francis Hajek has been involved in many of those verdicts and has topped that record. Francis Hajek and co-counsel obtained a $45,000,000.00 dollar verdict in the case of French vs. NS Ry Co. That verdict was settled by the defendant.
Do not think all cases receive these large amounts. Each case in Charlottesville, Louisa County, Fluvanna County, Albemarle County, and throughout central Virginia turns on its own unique set of facts and there are no guarantees in these type cases. But, you should ask yourself, do I want an experienced lawyer who has been there?
Not Forgotten After Verdict/Settlement
Injured rail road workers injured on the job and injured car accident clients are not forgotten by our firm when their case is over. We have assisted injured rail employees with disability claims to the Railroad Retirement Board and will continue to do so. Many railroad and car personal injury clients who receive large sums of money need the services of a financial planner. We help injured railroad employees and injured car clients even after their case is over at no additional charge to the client.
Railroad workers can collect for injuries.
Contact the experienced railroad injury lawyers at the law firm of Wilson & Hajek.
Personal injury lawyers in Charlottesville serving Louisa County, Fluvanna County, Albemarle County, and all of central Virginia.