The oil painting assiduity continues to grow with the world’s demand for oil painting and natural gas. With this increased demand, there has also been an increase in accidents causing serious injury and death to workers who frequently are deficiently trained or supervised. We offer educated, strategic support to cover the rights of our guests and their families after suffering a serious oilfield injury or death.
After an oilfield accident, it’s important to work with an educated legal platoon that can collect and save all necessary substantiation for your case including physical substantiation, accident reports, commercial attestation, substantiation statements, and expert opinions. Our platoon will begin an immediate disquisition to identify the cause of the accident and pursue claims against all liable parties.
An oilfield injury or death may be caused by
Company failure to take reasonable preventives
indecorous hand training
Oilfield Safety Violations
indecorous conservation of oilfield outfit
imperfect products & oilfield ministry
medicine & alcohol abuse
Careless operation of oilfield outfit
individualities injured by oilfield accidents frequently suffer disastrous injuries, including unlawful death. Our oilfield counsel platoon has the legal and medical experience to effectively handle a range of cases involving serious & complex injuries caused by explosions and becks , falls, imperfect products and outfit, poisonous smothers and fires.
Giunta law is committed to pursuing an aggressive case against all liable parties and will seek to collect the full compensation you’re entitled to for lost stipend, pain and suffering, long- term care requirements, disability and impairment, and any fresh particular or fiscal losses you have sustained due to an oilfield accident or injury.
Oilfield Accidents and Injuries are on the Rise
oil painting and gas assiduity injuries are the most dangerous and fatal in the country. From 2003 to 2010, theU.S. oil painting and gas assiduity( both onshore and offshore combined) had a collaborative casualty rate that was 7 times advanced than the rate for all U.S. workers combined. Louisiana had 5 disastrous refinery and oil painting carriage explosions between January and October 2017, further than any other state in the country.
What to do After an Oilfield Accident
Stop working incontinently
Report your oilfield injury as soon as possible.
Ask for immediate medical treatment.
Don’t give a formal statement, subscribe ANY paperwork, or accept any plutocrat from the company (besides your normal stipend) previous to speaking with an experience oilfield accident counsel.