Our practice is not
limited to railroad injury cases. Although we have successfully handled
claims against most major railroads in the US (including CSX, Norfolk Southern,
Conrail, Norfolk & Western, Illinois Central, Burlington Northern & Santa Fe,
Union Pacific, Amtrak & others) and specialize in these cases, we also handle
other plaintiff claims such as automobile and trucking accidents, medical
malpractice, occupational diseases and toxic chemical leaks or spills as a
result of derailment.
We study Federal
and State case law and subscribe to periodicals written about the FELA. We are
equipped with exhibits necessary to go to court, including model railroad cars
and locomotives, engineering and safety rule books, photographs and diagrams of
equipment, specification books, medical models and diagrams, and maps of tracks
use computerized legal research to obtain the latest railroad
information. The lawyers in our firm have dedicated their
careers to representing railroad workers and they do not handle
wills, estates, corporate law, or other similar cases.
Our lawyers are old enough to be experienced, but young enough
to withstand the physical rigors of traveling from state to
state to represent your interests. We will go to court and have
been admitted to practice in all the states in our area.
Our mission is to provide you with an effective, efficient
representation with a speedy resolution of the case. We like and
respect our clients and want our clients to like and respect us
as friends and confidants.
DERAILMENTS AND TOXIC CHEMICAL SPILLS
Bondurant Law has recently expanded its practice
into representing victims of Railroads who negligently cause chemical spills.
We represent over 100
individuals, including railroad workers & local residents who were exposed
in or near their homes, in the September 28, 2003 Toxic Chemical Spill
disaster that occurred in Hartsville, SC.
"I placed my trust and confidence
in Walton following the chemical spill on September 28, 2003. He has
worked tirelessly and passionately on my case ever since. Over the
last 2 years he has visited my home, met with my doctors and been like
family. I can't say enough about him."
Reverend Harold Collins, Conductor
South Carolina Central RR
We represent over 50 individuals
with serious physical injuries and loss of property as a result of the
January 6, 2005 Norfolk Southern Train Accident & Toxic Chemical Spill that
occurred in Graniteville, SC.
"It was the worst U.S. railroad
crash of it's kind since 1978."
State.com 1/26/05 Rick Brundrett