Workplace accidents can cause serious injuries and even death. The laws surrounding oilfield, industrial and construction site accidents can be complex. An attorney can guide you through the process of holding the responsible parties accountable for your harms and losses.
Since the demands for oil and natural gas have yet to decrease, Texas oilfield production continues. Oilfield work can be extremely dangerous. There are a number of hazards including chemical exposure. When safety measures are not followed or enforced, workers can get hurt. And when hidden hazards are not corrected, or workers are not warned, serious injuries can result.
Accidents can happen in any industrial setting. There are many hazards with industrial jobs and employers, and premises owners must protect workers. Safety rules should be followed to protect workers including providing fall protection, warning of known hazards, and working to prevent chemical exposure.
Construction sites, whether commercial or residential, can be dangerous. If a contractor or property owner fails to turn off electricity when electrical work will be performed, and someone is injured, The Nigam Law Firm can help. Considering the dangers of construction sites, efforts must be made to protect workers from falling debris and other dangers.
Electrocution injuries can be severe. Electrocution can cause loss of limbs, loss of muscle control and loss of life. Instances of electrocution can include everything from painting a house, vacuuming a pool, or wiring electrical lighting in a commercial building. If you have suffered an electrocution injury, contact an attorney with the experience and the right experts to conduct a thorough investigation of your claim. Contact The Nigam Law Firm.
Death caused by the neglect of another is actionable. If you lost a loved one as a result of another’s negligent or careless conduct, The Nigam Law Firm can help ensure that a thorough investigation is done, and all of those responsible be held accountable. The loss of a loved one can cause great pain and suffering and financial harm. Let an experienced attorney help.
Property owners owe a duty to those individuals who are invited onto their property. Property owners must correct defective conditions such as unsafe stairs, cracks or uneven pavement or sidewalks, or safety issues in areas where work will be performed. Failure to fix known safety hazards or to warn of dangerous conditions could mean that a property owner is responsible if someone is hurt.
Burns are considered the most painful injuries that someone can endure. The healing process for significant burns can be long and extremely painful;ot to mention the future care and dealing with contractures over time. If you have been significantly burned as a result of the negligent conduct of another, let an attorney take over ensuring that your harms and losses are compensated.