A young reporter is found dead and a prominent Philadelphia businessman is accused of her murder in William L. Myers, Jr.’s debut novel, available April 1 on Amazon
PHILADELPHIA (December 2016) – The Philadelphia transportation law firm Myers Lafferty Law Offices, P.C.
is proud to announce its support of the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House “Room in Our Hearts Campaign for Expansion” in Philadelphia. Law partners William L. Myers, Jr. and Steve Lafferty have graciously pledged $50,000 in support of the new tower at the House on Chestnut Street.
This e-newsletter issue features more information about the Train 89 Accident, Railroad Retirement Benefits, Understanding the 3 Federal Acts that Protect Railroad Workers, recent Myers Lafferty settlements and Catastrophic Injury Cases law practice.
PHILADELPHIA (December 2016) – The Philadelphia transportation law firm Myers Lafferty Law Offices, P.C. is pleased to announce that it participated in two charitable programs during the holiday season, part of its commitment to philanthropy efforts that support some of the most vulnerable among us, included wounded veterans, abandoned animals and children fighting serious illnesses.
PHILADELPHIA (November 2016) – The Philadelphia transportation law firm Myers Lafferty Law Offices, P.C. is pleased to announce that the Academy of Rail Labor Attorneys (ARLA) has elected William L. Myers, Jr. to its Board of Managers.
This e-newsletter issue features more information about the Amtrak 188 Crash Settlement, Hoboken Train Crash, recent Myers Lafferty settlements and FELA law practice.
PHILADELPHIA (October 2016) – Myers Lafferty Law Offices, P.C. is pleased to announce that the International Brotherhood of Electric Workers has chosen partner William L. Myers, Jr. as the chairman of the Railroad Department’s Designated Legal Counsel.
Transportation attorneys at Myers Lafferty defeat an Amtrak motion to dismiss its client’s whistleblower case where a former Amtrak employee claimed he was fired in violation of the Federal Rail Safety Act (FRSA).
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) rejected federal efforts to end four years of stalled contract negotiations with the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen and the IBEW on May 8.
Myers Lafferty is proud to announce that the firm has been designated FELA Legal Counsel for IBEW. According to railroad union attorney Bill Myers, “We are proud to be among the law firms which serve the FELA legal needs of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.”