Workplace Accidents

Many industries carry the potential for workplace accidents, but all workers are entitled to a reasonably safe workplace. If a company, supervisor, or other party contributes to the risk faced by workers, they may be liable for any resulting injuries. Workers may believe they are covered by workers compensation, but the reality is that Texas has very different laws regarding workers compensation and workers could be left paying medical costs out of pocket without the help of workplace accident lawyers.

Construction Accidents

While creating a wide range of new buildings and structures, construction workers face many dangers, such as falling from heights and being struck by heavy equipment or debris.

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Electrocution

Workers may face electric shock from a number of hazards, and the effects of this serious injury can leave permanent complications.

Learn more about electrocution.

Heavy Machinery Accidents

Powerful machines are needed for many tasks, but when workers are caught or crushed, they face the potential for amputations and other serious injuries.

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Industrial Accidents

Warehouses, factories, and other industrial sites pose unique and dangerous hazards to workers.

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Oilfield Accidents

The oil and gas industry contributes a high number of injuries and fatalities every year as workers handle heavy machinery and dangerous chemicals while working grueling hours.

Learn more about oilfield accidents.

Workplace Vehicle Accidents

As the leading cause of workplace fatalities across all injuries, workers may be injured while transporting items with their workplace vehicles.

Learn more about workplace vehicle accidents.

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