A Philadelphia jury has awarded $2 million to a train engineer for work-related injuries in a case where the judge referred the employer’s counsel to the U.S. attorney and state disciplinary officials over allegations that they subjected potential witnesses to “intimidating” interviews on the eve of trial.

The plaintiff, a locomotive engineer, said the jolts and shocks in his 33-year career of operating trains caused cervical spine problems requiring surgery.

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