Plant & Refinery Injury Lawyers
HELPING INJURED WORKERS NATIONWIDE
We are dedicated to representing victims of on the job accidents occuring throughout Texas, Louisiana, and along the Gulf Coast. Working in plant or oil/gas refineries presents unique hazards. Companies who cut corners and put profits over safety will use shoddy equipment that is poorly maintained, hire unskilled or unsafe co-workers, and fail to implement basic safety policies that might help the bottom line but places the workers they depend on at serious risk. Unfortunately, it’s after a devastating injury that these unsafe practices are exposed.
If you have experienced a catastrophic loss due to an on the job accident that occurred in an industrial plant facility or refinery, please give us a call. Let our experienced team go to work for you investigating the cause of your loss and holding the at-fault parties responsible.
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Why Hire a Plant & Refinery Accidents Lawyer?
Plant & Refinery Accidents claims are complex. Hiring a lawyer experienced in handling Plant & Refinery Accidents cases ensures your legal rights are protected. Your focus should be on recovering from your injuries and putting the pieces of your life back together, not trying to deal with an insurance adjuster. Plant & Refinery Accidents attorneys have the resources to recognize and prove your damages. If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, call us. We can help.
Contact one of our plant & refinery accidents lawyers if you have been injured in:
- Oil or Gas Refinery Accidents
- Chemical Plant Accidents
- Mill Accidents
- Fertilizer Plant Explosions
- Plant & Refinery Explosions
- Livie Near an Industrial Plant Accident or Explosion
Why Contact Us?
- Over 100 Years of Combined Experience
- Over 1 Billion Dollars Won
- Highest Ratings for Ethical and Legal Ability
- Free Case Consultation
- You Only Pay if We Win
Plant & Refinery Accidents FAQs
A claim against your employer may or may not be barred by workers’ comp laws. There are many different factors that come into play and requires a review by an attorney of your specific coverage and accident. Also, even if the claim against your employer is barred, you may still have a claim against a negligent contractor. So, the best thing to do is get legal advice from a competent attorney.
Nothing. We do not charge for case evaluation. And, if we believe you have a viable claim, you do not pay us a retainer and we do not charge by the hour. We are only paid if we recover money for you.
If you have the ability to take photographs of the scene, yes, you should do so. Documenting where things were and the condition of the scene following an accident is always important and sometimes make the difference in a case.
Yes. Please give us a call and we will set up a meeting at a time and location that is convenient for you.
No, our conversations are protected by attorney client privilege, even if it turns out you do not have a case. Your employer will not know you met with us or that you are pursuing a claim until you say it is ok to move forward.
It depends on who is asking. You may have an obligation to cooperate with your employer or OSHA as part of an investigation, but you may not have an obligation to give a statement to an insurance company representing a third party. If someone is asking to take your recorded statement, contact us and we can help advise you.