Injuries Related To Oil And Gas Work
With our continued reliance on fossil fuels and natural gas, it is unlikely that the need for workers facing hazardous conditions will diminish. Those who work in the oil fields face constant dangers in the form of explosions, chemical burns, toxic exposure or falls from significant height. If you were injured or you have lost a loved one in an oil field accident, schedule a free consultation to discuss your matter with an experienced lawyer.
At Jones Sullivan PLLC, our personal injury attorneys have guided countless clients through the process of recovering monetary recovery for catastrophic injuries – including compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering.
Numerous Factors Lead To Devastating Injuries
Oil field workers face a dangerous environment each and every day. Even under perfect weather conditions and the availability of proper safety gear, severe accidents can occur. The factors that can lead to an accident include:
- Toxic fume exposure
- Chemical exposure
- Defective equipment or machinery
- Falling objects
- Faulty construction of scaffolds or temporary flooring
- Ladder falls, scaffold falls or other falls from height
- Co-worker negligence or inattention
If you have suffered a brain injury, spinal cord injury, paralysis, amputation or a crush injury, call a attorney immediately. Based on the circumstances of your accident and the severity of your injuries, you might be entitled to receive monetary compensation from the at-fault parties. Through a free consultation with our experienced Texas lawyers, you can learn more about your legal options and hold those responsible for your accident accountable for their negligence.
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If you were injured in gas work, oil work or have lost a loved one due to an explosion or burn injuries, schedule a free consultation at our firm. We can be reached by phone or through email.