We determine whether any shortcuts were taken that jeopardized your safety.
Construction, job, and oil / gas drill site accidents often result in severe personal injuries such as spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injury, quadriplegia, paraplegia, fractures and death. Industrial and construction workers are also exposed to potential long term inflictions such as mesothelioma from asbestos exposure and cancer from chemicals and silicosis. Due to the severe nature of such injuries, construction and drill site accidents and injuries are often the subject of personal injury, product liability and wrongful death lawsuits.
Any employee, contractor or other workers, or even a visitor to an industrial facility, drill site, or other workplace who has been injured should contact an experienced industrial accident personal injury lawyer to learn about their legal rights and remedies.
Typical construction or oil & gas drilling site accidents that could have been avoided with better training, safety procedures, and/or better equipment:
- Injuries from Cave-Ins
- Crush Injuries
- Equipment Entrapment Injuries
Determining what happened and why an incident occurred is key to establishing responsibility for a construction, drill site or industrial site injury. We work with investigators to understand exactly what happened, and if any safety rules were violated. We compile the facts surrounding your accident and determine whether any shortcuts were taken to finish the job quicker and cut costs while jeopardizing worker safety.
At Reyes Browne Reilley Law Firm, the client always comes first. If you or a loved one has experienced an injuries from a construction or drill site accident, please contact our offices at (214) 526-7900, or submit the confidential Case Review form on this page.
Many employers carry workers’ compensation insurance in Texas. This insurance system provides covered employees with income and medical benefits if they are injured on the job or have a work-related injury or illness regardless of fault.
In the case of death, the employee’s family receives partial income replacement benefits for various periods of time; however, the trade-off is the employee’s family cannot sue the employer for actual damages if the employee’s death was caused by negligence.
If you find yourself in this unfortunate situation, do not rule out the possibility of a wrongful death case – know what questions to ask ahead of time.