Oneonta FELA Claims Lawyer
Helping To Protect Injured Railroad Workers
At Scarzafava, Basdekis & Dadey, PLLC, we work with clients who have been injured in railroad accidents. Our firm was established more than three decades ago, and we have a connection to and history with railway workers. If a railroad worker is injured on the job, they are entitled to compensation under FELA (Federal Employer’s Liability Act).
At our firm, we understand the devastating injuries which can occur on the rails. Call our experienced New York FELA attorneys at 607-441-4137 to learn how we can help.
We are passionate about representing workers like yourself against negligent companies and dangerous working conditions to ensure that you receive the compensation for your injuries that you deserve.
Our Oneonta FELA Lawyers work to achieve settlements that cover:
- Lost wages
- Lost future wages
- Medical bills
- Pain and suffering
Knowledge And Experience to Assist You
At Scarzafava, Basdekis & Dadey, PLLC, we have worked extensively with railroad injuries and accidents. We represent clients who have worked as railroad workers throughout the tri-county area, Oneonta, Cooperstown, Delhi, Norwich and Sidney.
Throughout the 30-plus years we have been in practice, we have earned a strong reputation in the legal community as shown by the number of accolades and awards we have achieved, including The Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America, New York’s Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers®, American Board of Trial Advocates, American Trial Lawyers Association Top 100 Trial Lawyers and AV® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell®.
We look forward to having the opportunity to meet with you to go over the details of your case and explain how we can help. This consultation is free and confidential and will give you the chance to get to know our attorneys and firm before you choose to hire us. You can count on us to treat you with professionalism and respect.
Please do not hesitate to contact our FELA law firm. Call us today to schedule your free case evaluation!