Railroad Workers with Job-Related Cancer Seek Settlement in Chicago, IL

Suppose you are a railroad worker with AML (Acute Myeloid Leukemia) exposed to diesel exhaust or other toxins while on the job. You may be eligible for money damages. Call the attorneys at the number listed below. They are dedicated to helping victims of diesel exposures and will evaluate your case for free. Depending on your work background, the diesel injury lawyers will seek all available legal remedies on your behalf.

Clients Served

The clients served have a work history with exposure to diesel exhaust and other cancer-causing chemicals in the railroad industry. Railroad employees represented include:

  • Locomotive engineers, brakemen, and conductors
  • Railroad track/engineering department workers
  • Railroad Mechanical/Car Department workers
  • Railroad locomotive shop employees
  • And others

Railroad locomotive shop employees include workers such as machinists, pipefitters, and electricians, for example.

What Is Diesel-Related Illnesses?

Chronic diesel exhaust exposure and other toxic exposures are associated with cough, sputum production, and decreased lung function. Acute effects of diesel exhaust exposure include diseases, including:

  • Cancer
  • Blood and bone marrow illnesses
  • Pulmonary problems
  • And more

Many occupational diseases are linked to diesel exposures. Making the connection between the illness and the exposures demands experienced, skilled attorneys. Click the link below to review the firm.

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For more information about what Diesel Injury Law can do for railroad workers with AML and other similarly-situated railroad employees, visit or call (312) 877-5588 for your FREE initial consultation with an experienced Diesel Attorney.