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Blog Posts in January, 2018

  • Arnold & Itkin Files Case on Behalf of Worker Injured by Crane

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

    Attorneys Kurt Arnold, Kyle Findley, Adam Lewis, and Kala Sellers filed a lawsuit today in Galveston County against T&T Marine, Inc. and Teichman Group, LLC on behalf of a worker who was seriously injured due to a crane toppling over at the defendants’ marine facility. Specifically, our client was injured after the defendants ignored their own policies and procedures—as well as ...
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  • Part 2: Preliminary List of OSHA's Top 10 Safety Violations of 2017

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin LLP || 23-Jan-2018

    In the first part of OSHA’s top 10 list of safety violations, we found that fall protection violations were the largest safety violation of 2017 with 6,072 reports of broken rules. Below, we look into the second half of OSHA’s top 10 safety violations of 2017. Ladders (2,241 Violations) Ladders are the cause of many workplace accidents because they are deceptively innocent. Typically, ...
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  • Update on Monday's Oklahoma Oil Rig Explosion

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin || 23-Jan-2018

    The Oklahoma rig explosion that occurred Monday is now thought to have ended in fatalities. The five men who were presumed missing are now presumed to have passed in the rig explosion. A Pittsburg County Sheriff has stated that the mission in regards to these men has turned from “rescue to recovery.” The site is reportedly still hot from the fires that burned until last night. A ...
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  • Drilling Rig Explosion in Oklahoma Leaves 5 Missing

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin || 22-Jan-2018

    On early Monday, a drilling rig exploded in Oklahoma just west of Quinton and about 100 miles southeast of Tulsa. According to the Pittsburg County Emergency Manager Director, three medical helicopters were sent to the site in the aftermath of the explosion. He went on to state that five people were currently missing. Aerial footage from the area showed that there are multiple fires still burning ...
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  • More Trouble for ExxonMobil in Beaumont

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin LLP || 10-Jan-2018

    Another ExxonMobil contract worker has been seriously injured while employed on an ongoing expansion at the Beaumont facility. The man in question was allegedly harnessed at an elevation of 40 feet when he fell 10-15 feet onto scaffolding beneath him. The worker was transported to a hospital just before 6 P.M., where he was found to have sustained a serious leg injury. This is the second contract ...
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  • Regulations and safety are probably the last things a person wants to think about as they start the New Year. However, OSHA’s job of keeping workers safe and employers accountable is never going to be completed. For this reason, OSHA releases statistics, lists, and facts throughout the year so that the American public can be informed about workplace safety and the dangers of breaking OSHA ...
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