Tuesday, survivors and relatives of the victims met with the contractor who employed the engineer on the train.
They want Veolia Transportation to consider providing compensation of up to $350 million, $150 million more than the federal cap on damages.
Survivors say the crash changed their lives forever.
"Every day I live in pain," crash survivor Sheryl Santor. "Every day I have to get up and feel that pain and deal with the consequences of that in my everyday life that I didn't have before."
Twenty-five people were killed and 135 were injured when a Metrolink train collided with a Union Pacific train on September 12, 2008.
The engineer who ran a red light while texting is blamed for the crash. He was killed in the crash.