Industrial Accidents

Midland Industrial Accident Attorney

Representing Workers Across Texas

All employers must make great lengths to protect the health and ensure the safety of not only customers and patrons but also their employees. Even though the required care is magnified tenfold at industrial sites, the same obligations are in place and must be met. Otherwise, any industrial accidents can be placed on the shoulders of the parent company.

If you were in an industrial accident in Texas, Dean Law Firm and our Midland personal injury attorney can represent you. With 20+ years of experience and millions of dollars recovered for our clients, we are widely considered the first choice of litigation and legal counsel for people all around the Lone Star State. Contact us today to get a case evaluation at no cost to you.

Industrial Sites and Related Accidents

Our Odessa industrial accident lawyer has seen and successfully managed all manners of injury claims, many of which stemmed from on-the-job injuries. The tricks and tactics of employers and their parent companies cannot deter us from doing all we can to secure you maximum compensation for your injury. We begin with a thorough investigation of your claim and an in-depth look into the accident history of your jobsite.

Workplaces that may be considered an industrial site include:

Safety regulations are a necessity for worksites of all sorts, especially those with heavy equipment or innately dangerous conditions. Many of these regulations come in the form of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules that can inflict a heavy monetary penalty if ignored or otherwise broken. This punishment is strictly administrative and does nothing for those who have actually been injured. To pursue compensation, you will need to do so yourself in civil litigation.

Fighting for a Fair Recovery

The consequences of a single industrial accident can be devastating. It is not uncommon for what appears to be a minor violation to lead to serious injuries afflicting more than one worker. While your employer scrambles to figure out how little their insurance should provide the injured, you should be jumping on your chance to secure legal counsel, make your case known, and begin your injury claim.

Compensation you should attempt to recover through your case includes:

  • Initial medical bills
  • Rehabilitation and ongoing treatment costs
  • Lost wages
  • Reduced income opportunities
  • Punitive damages if criminal negligence is found
  • Nominal damages if incident was particularly violent

The comfortable recovery that you deserve begins with you taking legal action. Allow our Midland industrial accident attorney, Mr. James Christopher Dean, to hear your claims and take up your case on your behalf. By working closely with you but also allowing you the time required to relax and recuperate, we can provide you with legal advocacy that is both tenacious and compassionate. Call us at (432) 214-8125 to set up a free case evaluation.

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