Outline of Family Members Seminar


  • Discussing, now, as a family, what the railroad worker wants done regarding medical care and other matters in the event of a serious accident that leaves the railroad worker unable to make reasoned decisions.
     
  • Knowing your rights in choosing treating doctors and medical facilities.
     
  • Knowing your rights and the necessity of restricting access of railroad personnel and railroad representatives to the injured railroad worker; and how to go about doing this.
     
  • Knowing the roll of the railroad claim agent, risk manager or safety officer in the injured railroad worker's care and the investigation of the facts surrounding the injury or death.
     
  • Protecting your rights to your claim against the railroad.
     
  • Contacting a local, lodge or division officer of the railroader's union for immediate help and advice.
     
  • Contacting a union designated lawyer for immediate legal advice.
     
  • Example situations where immediate retention of a designated lawyer is necessary to protect the railroad worker's rights and those of the family.
     
  • Why it may be necessary to immediately file a lawsuit.
     
  • Importance of realizing that family members need not, and should not deal with the tragedy alone.

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HOEY & FARINA, P.C.

542 South Dearborn Street
Suite 200
Chicago, Illinois 60605
Main: (312) 939-1212
Toll Free: (888) 425-1212
Fax: (312) 939-7842
Email: info@hoeyfarina.com
 
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