Covid-19 Message

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Covid-19 Message 2020-03-18T01:16:30+00:00

During the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Rome, Arata, Baxley & Stelly, LLC intends to remain operational and available to you. To date, all of our locations remain open and operational. However, should it become necessary to close any location, rest assured that Rome, Arata, Baxley & Stelly, LLC will be able to service its clients from remote locations.

We are continually monitoring the situation and will abide by directives issued by authorized public authorities.

MEETINGS/COURT APPEARANCES: If you are scheduled to be in court or meet at one of our offices for a deposition, office conference, etc., we will contact you if there are any changes. You should feel free to contact us to discuss your concerns about COVID-19. In many instances, we are able to find alternatives to in-person meetings. As a last resort, we may be able to reschedule the meeting.

To our friends or colleagues, if you need a reasonable extension of time due to the coronavirus outbreak, please let us know and we will provide an extension if we are able to do so.

Should it become necessary for Rome, Arata, Baxley & Stelly, LLC to close our physical offices, our reception staff will still be available to answer the phones, respond to voicemail messages, and direct calls. Please remember that you can also reach us by email.

We will get through this difficult time. Please call us if you have any questions or if there is anything we can help you with during this time. Please be safe.

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Engineer, conductor & brakeman v. Railroad & trucking company

Train Accident

A railroad engineer, conductor and brakeman suffered severe injuries (primarily lumbar spine injuries) in a grade crossing collision in Canadian County, OK when a dump truck hauling a load of sand drove in front of their train.

Tulsa, OK.

Locomotive engineer v. Railroad and trucking company

Train Accident

Engineer perished from burn injuries when the freight train he was operating collided with a gasoline tanker truck at a railroad crossing.

New Orleans, LA

Crew members v. Railroad (confidential settlement) -

Train Accident

We represented several crew members of a train involved in a derailment which occurred allegedly due to defective and poorly maintained railroad tracks. Our clients suffered various physical injuries, …

Orlando, FL

Truck Driver v. Tire Manufacturer and Ins. Co.

We represented a driver of an 18-wheeler who was injured when a relatively new left front tire on the vehicle suffered a catastrophic failure and the treads separated, causing the truck to careen off of the roadway and into a tree. …

New Orleans, LA

Passenger v. Railroad

Our client was a very sweet 79 year old lady who was stepping down off of a train, when her foot missed the metal step-stool which had been placed on the ground by the railroad’s employee. She fell to the ground and fractured her left arm, …

Jacksonville, FL
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