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Case Filed for Worker with Ammonia Burns

Posted By Arnold & Itkin || 21-Apr-2017

Industrial workers face some of the worst workplace dangers in history. They work with caustic and toxic chemicals on a daily basis, handle high-temperature materials, or work with processes that are as dangerous as they are effective. When workers are injured or harmed, they deserve every penny of compensation they get for medical bills, lost income, and other costs.

Our newest client was working at a plant run by Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation in Mt. Pleasant, TX. While he was performing his duties, he was exposed to an ammonia leak—made quickly evident by burns to his eyes and internal organs, shortness of breath, and immediate internal scabbing. Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation was under an obligation to keep our client safe, but they failed to do so.

Ultimately, we aim to provide our client with all the money he needs for medical care, lost wages, and compensation for his suffering. The case was filed against the owners and supervisors at Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. by Kurt Arnold, Caj Boatright, Alison Baimbridge, and Roland Christiansen. We are eager to hold the company accountable for its unsafe working conditions and negligence.

Categories: Ammonia Exposure

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