Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Clients Nationwide
Refinery explosions are among the most devastating industrial accidents than occur. Because the chemicals involved in refining often have a volatile nature—combined with complex processes prone to human error—mistakes can lead to truly tragic consequences. The most famous refinery explosion in recent memory, the Texas City Refinery Explosion in 2005, resulted in 15 deaths and over 170 injuries. However, refinery explosions are preventable. Regulations are in place to prevent such tragedies—BP eventually admitted that the 2005 Texas City event was a result of their employees’ negligence. If you or a loved one was harmed as a result of a refinery explosion, contact the attorneys at Bailey Cowan Heckaman PLLC (BCH). Our seasoned lawyers are experienced in rooting out the facts of an accident to present an honest, skilled, and strong case on your behalf in order to recover compensation for your injuries and suffering.
You are one call away from a seasoned advocate—call (888) 367-7160 for a free consultation.
Why You Should Choose the Firm of BCH
If you work at a refinery, you have the right to expect adequate safety measures that protect you and your health. Employers are required to sufficiently train their employees and utilize dependable equipment. When they do not meet safety standards, you have the right to seek just financial compensation.
BCH fights for injured clients with various conditions arising from refinery
- Severe burns
- Loss of mobility
- Wrongful death
- Catastrophic injury
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Breathing / lung conditions
- Health issues from contamination
Our personal injury attorneys do not just represent injured refinery workers. If your home is in the area of a refinery explosion, it may contaminate the air or the local water sources without proper care. If you fall ill from toxic exposure after a refinery explosion, contact the lawyers at BCH as soon as possible.
Contact us for a free consultation—call (888) 367-7160 or fill out our online form.