At Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs, we give victims a voice. We have over 100 years of experience pursuing claims for those injured because of someone else’s neglect or wrongdoing. We are board-certified injury lawyers committed to providing aggressive representation to all of our clients.
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Pursuing the Compensation Injured Industrial Workers Deserve
Industrial plants can be exceedingly dangerous, especially if they are mismanaged, improperly maintained, or poorly staffed. When working with dangerous chemicals, heavy equipment, and other hazardous materials, safety is of the utmost importance. However, not everyone is as invested in industrial plant safety as they should be.
Failure to observe proper safety rules could ultimately lead to a catastrophic incident, such as a chemical spill, explosion, or electrical failure. In an industrial plant accident, anyone in the nearby vicinity could be at risk of serious harm. Workers, nearby residents, and passersby alike could be injured in any nearby incidents, which is why it is so important to understand your legal options after an accident.
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Let Our Firm Help You
The experienced Houston personal injury lawyers at Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs are prepared to help you fight for justice after a serious industrial plant accident. We understand how trying these circumstances can be, which is why we are committed to providing each of our clients with the guidance they need to smoothly navigate each step of the legal process. If you were injured in a plant accident, let our award-winning attorneys fight for you.
Common Causes of Houston Industrial Accidents
An industrial worksite can include any factory or business that is involved in the manufacturing or production of goods. Industrial jobs usually require manual labor and may involve work on a production line or the use of heavy machinery.
The nature of industrial work can make it dangerous if an employer does not follow state and federal safety regulations. Failure to adhere to safety guidelines can result in employer liability if someone is injured or killed. The most common causes of industrial accidents include:
- Unsafe conditions
- Lack of training
- Defective equipment and machinery
- Improper chemical storage
- Failure to conduct regular inspections
- Lack of proper safety gear
Common types of industrial plant accidents include:
If something goes wrong and an industrial plant experiences a serious disaster, each employee and nearby resident could be at risk. Common types of industrial plant injuries include head injuries, spinal injuries, broken bones, lacerations, burns, lung damage, internal damage, poisoning, and worse. As a result, it isn’t uncommon for individuals injured in plant accidents face a larger risk of cancer, mesothelioma, or other dangerous diseases.