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Frank E. Van Bree
Frank E. Van Bree began his railroad legal career on the former Monon Railroad in 1963. After that railroad merged into the Louisville & Nashville Railroad in 1971, Frank was in charge of FELA and tort litigation for the L&N until 1978. Since 1978, he has practiced exclusively as plaintiff’s counsel in the area of FELA claims and litigation.
Frank became Of Counsel to Hoey & Farina in 1993. Frank is licensed to practice law in Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. Frank has also been admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and a number of U.S. Appellate and District Courts throughout the United States.Loyola University of Chicago - J.D.
Articles Written by this Author
- Notice - Unsafe Conditions on Railroads
- Railroaders' Rights - The Cell Phone Trap
- Reader's Response - Emotional Effects Of Collisions
- Emotional Effects of Collisions on Train Crew
- Notice, Notice & More Notice!
- Part II: "I Didn't See Anything"
- Part I : "I Didn't See Anything"
- Don't Let Your Claim Slip Away
- What Every Union Officer Should Know
- Recovering From Emotional Stress (PTSD)
- Understanding The Railroad's Use Of Taxi Cab Companies
- "Must I Give A Statement To The Railroad About My Injury?"
- "Does The FELA Apply If I Am Injured Riding In A Motor Vehicle While I Am On The Job?"
- Talking To Your Doctor
- If Tomorrow Never Comes
- What Do I Tell My Family? Part II
- Ice & Snow - Don't Let Your Claim Slip Away
- Do You Copy?
- Fear Factor III
- I Released What? Understanding the Effects of Signing A Release with the Railroad
- What Do I Tell My Family? Part I
- Don't Be Taken For A Ride