Industrial plants and refineries can be dangerous work environments where workers are exposed to complex, heavy machinery, hazardous materials, and other dangerous working conditions. When accidents occur, the results can be devastating, including catastrophic injury and death.
If you or a loved one were injured working at a refinery, manufacturing plant, or any other type of industrial facility, call our Houston industrial injury lawyers for a free, confidential consultation. If we take your case, we will fight to get you maximum compensation for your injuries. And we work on a contingency fee, which means that we don’t get paid unless we obtain a settlement or win your case at trial.
INDUSTRIAL INJURY ACCIDENT CASES WE ACCEPT
Common workplace industrial injuries include:
THE INDUSTRIAL WORK ENVIRONMENT
Industrial facilities can be dangerous, which is why the companies that own and operate them are required to comply with safety regulations and provide adequate training, equipment, and safety procedures. Even in well-managed industrial facilities, a single mistake or inadequate safety protocol can result in an accident that causes catastrophic injuries. Unfortunately, some facilities are not well-managed and are owned by companies that have failed to invest in adequate health and safety procedures, despite making hefty profits. When companies cut corners and put profits over safety, they increase the risk to their employees and should be held accountable. If you have been injured in an industrial facility, contact us for a free, confidential consultation to discuss your case.
COMMON CAUSES OF INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS
DAMAGES YOU CAN RECOVER AFTER PLANT AND INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS
If someone else was responsible for the accident, you are entitled to recover compensation for your economic damages, like medical bills and lost income, and your non-economic damages, like the physical pain and suffering and emotional distress caused by the accident. If you hire us, we will seek compensation for:
Depending on the circumstances, you could be entitled to punitive damages, which are money damages intended to punish the defendant and deter similar accidents.