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Trackman Employee In Metro-North Railroad Personal Injury Lawsuit Awarded $2.6 Million Over Railroad Track Electrical Shock

Metro-North Railroad Employee  From Town of Poughkeepsie Awarded $2.6 Million By New York Federal Jury In Personal Injury Lawsuit Against Metro-North Railroad Over Alleged Nerve Damage & Other Personal Injuries After Being Shocked With Electricity On Railroad Tracks.

A Metro-North railroad trackman employee who was allegedly shocked with 7500 volts of electricity on railroad tracks while working on the railroad tracks near Beacon and who allegedly suffered nerve damage and other personal injuries as a result of electric shock has been awarded $2,638,893 by a Manhattan New York federal jury in a personal injury lawsuit against Metro-North Railroad, according to a personal injury lawsuit news report.

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