I Was Injured in a New York Railroad Accident if the Federal Railroad Administration Fra Invest

Q
I was injured in a New York railroad accident. If the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) investigates the accident, will I be able to find out the results of that investigation?
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It is understandable that you would want to find out what the FRA found with regard to the accident that caused your injuries. FRA investigations often take many months to complete, but the results are accessible to injured parties and can be found on the FRA website.

It is important to know that while the FRA investigation is important, it will not result in an award of damages for you. If you have been hurt in a New York railroad accident, then it is important to contact your own New York railroad attorney to represent your interests and to protect your legal rights.

Your lawyer will conduct his own investigation and, if appropriate, zealously advocate for your recovery of medical expenses, lost income, out-of-pocket costs and pain and suffering. Please call a New York railroad lawyer today at 1-800-362-9329 for more information.