Oil Company & Contractor Negligence
Legal Representation from a San Antonio Oil Field Accidents Lawyer
Oil field workers risk their lives on a daily basis due to the dangerous
conditions at work. They are also subject to long shifts for several days
without any time, making the chances of an accident occurring highly likely.
Employers are liable to provide adequate equipment and machinery, as well
as high standards for safety, in order to provide the safest environment
for their employees. However, oil companies and contractors sometimes
fail to fulfill their promises, resulting in injury or death.
The Law Offices of George P. Escobedo & Associates, PLLC, we are dedicated to protecting the rights of Texas oil field workers
who suffered serious injuries due to the negligence of their employers.
With more than a decade of legal experience, our oilfield accidents attorney
in San Antonio has the extensive knowledge of state and federal laws that
exist to protect workers.
Types of Oil Field Accidents Caused By Negligence
Unfortunately, oil companies and contractors sacrifice the protection and
lives of their workers in order to make a profit. While oil field workers
are typically covered by
workers’ compensation, they don’t cover loss of earning potential, as well as pain and
suffering. However, if a
third party, such as a manufacturer or owner of machines that are defective, is involved,
then you may be eligible to seek full damages.
Common types of oil field accidents include:
Speak with Our San Antonio Oil Field Accidents Attorney Today
If you have suffered an injury due to the negligence of an oil company
or contractor, we are prepared to recover your entitled compensation.
Whether it’s guiding you through the
steps of a workers’ compensation claim or seek personal injury damages from a third party, our legal team is
ready to obtain the outcome you desire. Let us fight for you while you
make the best recovery possible.
Contact The Law Offices of George P. Escobedo & Associates, PLLC and schedule your
free consultation today.