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Workplace injuries can occur in any industry. However, workplace injuries usually occur in industrial plans and refineries, workplace vehicles, oil rigs, and construction sites.
Plants and Refineries – Plants and refineries work with explosive compounds, where the risk of fire is always present. Working with heavy machinery also makes this job a risky one. Pair that with employers who ignore regulations to prioritize expediency, and it’s no surprise that injuries are the end result.
Company Vehicles – Car Accidents on company time are much more difficult than a typical car crash case. Any time you suffer injuries in a crash involving a tractor, crane, forklift, bulldozer, or other heavy machinery at work, there are additional safety and maintenance concerns your legal team will need to explore before settling your claim.
Oil Rigs – in 2010, the massive BP oil spill brought the dangers of working on an oil rig into the limelight. Whether on land or shore, working on an oil rig is always dangerous. Any slip in vigilance can lead to serious injuries or death.
Construction Sites – Each year, more construction workers die in workplace accidents than in any other industry. While there are extensive regulations in place to protect workers on construction sites, many construction workers suffer injuries each year.
If your employer fails to uphold their responsibility to keep you safe on the job, you may be eligible for compensation. To win your case, you must be able to prove that they have a legal duty to keep you safe at work, that they breached that duty, that the breach caused your injury, and that you suffered injuries in the form of medical bills, lost wages, etc.
If you’ve been the victim of a workplace accident and have lost wages or accrued medical bills, call us today at 512-746-7565 and we’ll get you the financial compensation you deserve.