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5Apr, 2022

A Cautionary Tale

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Every pilot who holds a medical certificate has at one time filled out Form 8500-8. Form 8500-8 is the form we all fill out when we apply for medical certificates. Form 8500-8 asks us, among other things, to disclose whether we have ever been diagnosed with a series of medical [...]

4Feb, 2022

Nebraska Federal Court Grants Summary Judgment on Statute of Limitations in FELA Toxic Action

By |February 4th, 2022|Categories: Transportation Law|0 Comments

In Anderson v. Union Pac. R.R., 7:18-cv-5010 (July 6, 2020), the Nebraska federal court granted the defendant railroad’s motion for summary judgment on the statute of limitations in a toxic action filed under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act, 45 U.S.C. § 51 et seq. The plaintiff filed the action on August [...]

4Feb, 2022

The Importance of Securing Medical Records Before Taking a Plaintiff’s Deposition

By |February 4th, 2022|Categories: Transportation Law|0 Comments

In a personal injury case it is important to secure all of the plaintiff’s medical records before taking a plaintiff’s deposition. Medical records are important to determine the nature and extent of the claimed injury. Reviewing medical records in detail will provide insight whether a plaintiff complained of the same [...]

4Feb, 2022

Deposing a Plaintiff in FELA Toxic Actions

By |February 4th, 2022|Categories: Transportation Law|0 Comments

Railroad workers are filing FELA lawsuits against their former employers claiming they were exposed to alleged toxic substances during their railroad careers which caused them to develop cancer. Most of the plaintiffs are retired and developed cancer late in their lives. They claim their railroad employment from decades earlier is [...]

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LDM’s Transportation Blog provides topical commentary on issues affecting the industries served by LDM’s Transportation attorneys. Whether it is a new Advisory Circular from the Federal Aviation Administration or a new rule enacted by the Federal Railroad or Highway Administrations, the mission of this page is to flag these legal issues, rulings, and regulations to aid in operations and compliance.

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