An experienced Oklahoma refinery and plant explosions lawyer awaits Oklahoma victims
In Oklahoma or elsewhere in America, refinery and plant explosions can be the result of many factors. Such causes can encompass unsufficient training, and dangerous handling of chemicals or other flammable elements, such as natural gas and benzene. Such explosions also could be due to defective products or tools, unsufficient safety warnings and signs, negligence by third-party contractors or subcontractors, and defective equipment. This kind of negligence merits an able refinery and plant explosions attorney in Oklahoma or other states.
In Oklahoma and other states, construction accidents, work site accidents and plant accidents can be catastrophic. But one of the most damaging accidents may be an explosion, perhaps in a plant or refinery. These accidents can kill and injure many persons at one time, including people who aren't even engaged at the plant or work site, but merely happen to be near it. All such persons affected by a plant or refinery explosion have a legal right to obtain fair financial recovery for their losses, in Oklahoma and elsewhere.
Sufferers of industrial, chemical plant and refinery explosions can face decades of physical maladies, all because of negligence by such a plant's owner. These victims can be dependent on indefinite health services for the remainder of their lives. Such costs rightfully must be covered by the company or owner whose negligence led to the horrendous explosion. For such instances, a knowledgeable plant and refinery explosions attorney is very important to fight for sufferers' rights in the legal arena in Oklahoma or any state.
After a devastating refinery or plant explosion in Oklahoma, injured workers often are covered by workers compensation insurance. However, such coverage may be inadequate. Also, victims in Oklahoma or elsewhere may have a right to secure economic recovery from other parties than their employer. In such cases, an experienced refinery and plant explosions lawyer can press a lawsuit to gain compensation from such alternative sources, such as manufacturers of defective machinery or equipment, operators of such machinery or equipment, subcontractors and, in some cases, co-workers or supervisors.
DISCLAIMER: While Jim S. Adler & Associates is not licensed to practice in Oklahoma, the Texas law firm works with outside and local counsel, as appropriate, to litigate claims for Oklahoma.