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10-1279 Myers v. Illinois Central Railroad Co.

Employment FELA; causation; expert testimony The district court properly excluded the testimony of an ergonomist and treating physicians to prove that a railroad employee's cumulative trauma disorders were caused by the railroad's negligence. "[T]he ergonomist could testify as an expert about how dangerous the railroad yard's conditions were, but that does not mean he is qualified to testify ...

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