INJURED? OUR AUGUSTA PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS CAN HELP!
For many southern states in the U.S., chemical plants fuel the economy. The Houston, Texas area alone houses hundreds of plants, with many more scattered throughout the south. When properly managed, these plants can be safe, but even the smallest oversight or careless act could lead to an extremely dangerous and damaging accident.
At Jackson Law Offices, P.C., our lawyers understand how painful, frustrating, and overwhelming it can be to suffer a serious injury. With more than 70 years of combined legal experience, we are confident we have the skills and knowledge necessary to defend your rights and seek compensation for the injuries you sustained. We have handled thousands of successful personal injury cases, and we want to help you too.
THE DANGERS OF CHEMICAL PLANTS
Whether you work in a plant or live near a chemical manufacturing facility, you could be at risk of serious injury if the plant should have an accident. Each year there are numerous reports of plant accidents, malfunctions, and explosions, which can cause serious injuries or even death.
Common chemical plant accidents include:
- Chemical spills
- Electrical fires
- Chemical fires
- Chemical explosions
Although chemical plants and refineries are subject to strict safety requirements by both the state and federal government, disasters continue to occur.
Accidents at chemical plants may be caused by the following:
- Malfunctioning or poorly maintained alarm system
- Poor ventilation
- Inadequately contained chemicals, especially flammable liquids
- Failure to maintain equipment and machinery
- Improper or lack of safety procedure training
- Unsafe design of the plant itself or containment vessels
- Violations of state or federal requirements
CHOOSE JACKSON LAW OFFICES, P.C. FOR HELP AFTER YOUR ACCIDENT
Chemical accidents can cause exposure to dangerous gases or liquids, or might even lead to explosions. If you were working at the plant or live nearby, you might have suffered burns, broken bones, head injuries, respiratory problems, lacerations, contusions, or even death. In the event that your injuries or the death of your loved one was caused by the negligence or mistakes of the plant manager, owner, parts manufacturers, or other parties, you might have a personal injury case.