Eagle Ford Shale Accidents
Eagle Ford Shale is currently one of the most active in the world with over 200 rigs running and is expected to produce hundreds of billions of oil and gas for decades to come. The Eagle Ford Shale is a 50 mile wide by 400 mile long play from Brazos County to the South Texas border with Mexico including the towns of Bryan, Floresville, Karnes City, Kenedy, Cuero, Victoria, Beeville, Three Rivers, Georgetown, Tilden, Freer, Cotulla, Laredo, Pleasanton, and Jourdanton.
The Carabin Shaw Law Firm provides outstanding legal representation for oil field workers who are drillers, wire-line operators, tool pushers, and other injuries suffered in the Eagle Ford Shale oil fields. Carabin Shaw understands the hazards and injuries working in the oil field industry who risk life threatening injuries associated with this occupation.
Oil companies typically do not own the property they drill on; they usually have a lease agreement or deed with property owners that temporarily allow oil companies to occupy land and drill for oil and gas. Therefore, oil field workers are more often injured on property that is not owned by their employers.Oil And Gas Property Owners
If a property owner fails to inspect his or her property for dangerous conditions, fails to make repairs, or neglects to provide sufficient warnings to oil field workers; property owners may be liable for injured persons because they did not provide a safe workplace environment. Carabin Shaw can provide injured oil field workers with the knowledge of legal recourse and personal injury claims that identify every potential liable party.Types Of Oil Field Injuries
The hazardous nature of oil field work environment working with heavy machinery and inherently dangerous tasks can cause catastrophic and life changing injuries or death. Some of the common injuries suffered by oil field workers are severe burns which may require extensive hospitalization and surgery. Additionally, residual pain, scarring, and emotional harm can require mental and physical therapy long after the injury has occurred. Loss of limb and feet such as amputation of arm, leg, or foot leading o a traumatic experience which impacts quality of life, extensive physical therapy, and expenses to injured persons family. Spinal cord injuries can result in swelling, trauma, laceration, paraplegia, and other neurological conditions.Legal Representation
IF YOU OR LOVED ONE HAS SUFFERED AN INJURY OR DEATH AS A RESULT OF AN OIL FIELD INJURY, CALL CARABIN SHAW, DAY OR NIGHT. THE CONSULTATION IS FREE 1.800.862.1260.