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Blog Posts in December, 2018

  • How to Prevent Dust Explosions

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin LLP || 26-Dec-2018

    When listing volatile explosives, very few people consider dust to be an explosion hazard. However, airborne particulates from organic and metal materials have the potential to cause devastating explosions. Industrial plants that handle food, tobacco, textiles, pesticides, and fossil fuels are just a few of the locations where dust explosions have been known to happen. What Causes Dust Explosions? ...
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  • Case Filed on Behalf of Injured Construction Worker

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin, LLP || 19-Dec-2018

    Attorneys Kurt Arnold, Caj Boatright, Alison Baimbridge and Roland Christensen filed suit today in Lubbock County, Texas against a construction company. This company failed to follow proper safety procedures when transporting ladders, and an employee was injured as a result. Due to the company’s failure to use the freight elevators and to follow safety protocols, a ladder fell on our client ...
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  • Case Filed on Behalf of a Family Who Lost Their Father

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin LLP || 11-Dec-2018

    Arnold & Itkin is proud to represent the wife and children of a man who was crushed to death on the job with heavy equipment. The defendants exposed their employee to danger by failing to secure the heavy equipment that ultimately killed him. The incident occurred at Port Freeport in Freeport, Texas. It is the employers’ responsibility to ensure that all equipment is secured and safe to ...
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  • When dust explosions happen, the Chemical Safety Board leads the investigation of the accident. Now, the CSB’s future is looking increasingly uncertain as pressures increase to eliminate the crucial safety board. The board started operating in 1998 for the purpose of determining what causes serious industrial accidents. Any explosion, fire, leak, or spill qualifies for a CSB investigation. ...
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