If the airline can prove that they took all the necessary measures to avoid delaying or canceling the flight, or if it was simply impossible not to cancel the flight, they are not liable for any inconveniences or damages to you. Airlines sometimes offer meals, accommodation, and toiletries if you’re delayed overnight. If they don’t do this, you may be able to claim compensation for any expenses in that regard. But generally, airlines are not liable for any compensation for canceled flights.
The first thing that railroad workers need to understand about the Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) when it comes to workplace injuries is that this act is quite different compared to Worker’s Compensation. FELA allows for full recovery of damages due to a negligent act of the railroad company or a co-worker. Because of this, railroad companies try their best to hide their negligence and to prevent you from collecting evidence of your injuries that can be used in a FELA case. Don’t buckle under the pressure – contact a professional lawyer with experience in FELA cases to help you claim compensation for the damages that you suffered.