Cumulative & Repetitive FELA Lawyers
Gordon, Elias & Seely, L.L.P. is pleased to announce the formation of “Of Counsel” relationships with two incredible lawyers that are nationally known for their expertise in cumulative and repetitive trauma FELA claims. The “Of Counsel” relationship between David Lockard of David Lockard, P.C. and Fred Bremseth of The Bremseth Law Firm was formed for two main purposes: (1) to expand the geographical client base for each of the three firms; and (2) to provide Gordon, Elias & Seely, L.L.P.’s cumulative FELA injury clients the best representation that they can offer. Gordon, Elias & Seely, L.L.P. would like to introduce each of the lawyers.
Gordon, Elias & Seely, L.L.P.’s repetitive – cumulative clients, that work for the following railroads: Union Pacific Railroad [UP], Burlington Northern Santa Fe [BNSF] Railway, Montana Rail Link, Canadian Pacific Railway [CP] and its subsidiary Soo Line Railroad [Soo], Deluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway [DM & IR], Amtrak and any and all other “Western” railroads, will have on their team:
David Lockard - FELA Attorney
David Lockard was educated at Dartmouth College and the University of California at San Francisco/Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. As he began his practice he represented injured maritime workers for several years. In the mid-1980's he moved from San Francisco to Philadelphia and began to focus on representing injured railroad workers. Over the last decade he has specialized in representing railroad workers whose physical problems developed as a result of long-term exposure to events such as lifting heavy objects at work, vibration (from locomotives), or repetition (of controls of equipment). He handles toxic tort cases involving exposure to solvents and airborne pathogens such as benzene and asbestos. He has handled hearing loss cases arising from long-term exposure to occupational noise.
David is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania, New York, and California. He is admitted to practice before the Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, the 3rd Circuit, and the 6th Circuit. In addition, he has been admitted to practice before numerous Federal Distsrict Courts.