Do You Need a Railroad Safety Whistleblower Lawyer?
- Are you a railway employee who fears being fired after reporting a safety concern?
- Have you been harassed or punished because you refused to work in hazardous conditions?
- Is your career as a railroad employee in danger because you refused to stay quiet?
If you're a railway worker facing wrongful termination, the law is on your side.
The Federal Railroad Safety Act (FRSA) is a federal law that allows railroad workers to bring attention to safety issues without fear of punishment. Under the FRSA's whistleblower-protection provision, railroad companies cannot retaliate against employees who warn of safety violations. If you're a railway worker who was fired unfairly, the FRSA may help you to get your job back.