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Cogan Understanding 6 Key Differences Between FELA And Workers Compensation


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In the early 20th century, American railroads faced a crisis. On the job injuries were on the rise, and they had trouble attracting new workers. In order to protect railroad employees, Congress passed the first Federal Employer’s Liability Act in 1906. The Supreme Court struck down the original law, but a new version in 1908 stood up to legal challenges. For more details Visit:

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