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Recent Posts in Crushing Accident Category

  • Case Filed for Industrial Worker Crushed by Equipment

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin LLP || 8-Oct-2018

    Arnold & Itkin Attorneys Kurt Arnold, Kyle Findley, Kala Sellers, and Adam Lewis filed suit in Lavaca County, Texas on behalf of a young woman who sustained serious injuries in an industrial accident. Our client had three of her fingers partially amputated in an industrial accident. Her accident was a result of Kaspar Companies, Inc. failing to provide their employees basic, yet critical, ...
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  • At Least 10 Injured in Chicago Water Treatment Plant Explosion

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin LLP || 30-Aug-2018

    An explosion occurred around 11 A.M. on Thursday morning at the Calumet Water Reclamation Plant located in the Far South Side of Chicago. The blast is suspected to be caused by a buildup of methane gas, but the exact cause is pending investigation. It was initially reported that 10 people were injured in the blast. One witness stated that the explosion had enough force to lift the roof off the ...
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  • Lawsuit Filed for Welding Assistant Whose Elbow Was Crushed

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin LLP || 8-Jun-2018

    Arnold & Itkin LLP filed suit on behalf of a welding assistant whose elbow was crushed because his supervisor ignored his safety. Our client was instructed to do dangerous work inside of heavy equipment that was, simply put, unsafe. Now his health and financial future are in jeopardy. When people suffer work injuries, the company has an ethical obligation to help them get medical care and ...
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  • Case Filed for Rig Worker with Broken Neck

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin || 3-Apr-2017

    When oil rig accidents occur, there’s usually multiple parties who are potentially at fault. Never has that been truer than our newest case. Arnold & Itkin has filed a lawsuit against Techniques International Corporation; Centennial Resource Production, LLC; Premier Directional Drilling, L.P.; Diversified Well Logging, LLC; and the rig managers for their role in allowing a man to suffer ...
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  • Worker Killed By Falling Pipe at ExxonMobil Plant

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin || 11-May-2016

    On Wednesday, a little after 12:00 a.m., a tragic accident occurred at the Exxon Mobil plant in Beaumont, Texas. Several contract workers from AltairStrickland—a company that specializes in refinery plan overhauls—were replacing a heat exchanger on an elevated platform at a unit that was under maintenance. These workers were still on the platform when sections of pipe broke off and ...
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  • Tips for Preventing Workplace Hand Injuries

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin || 4-May-2015

    No matter what line of work you are in, odds are that the use of your hands is essential to performing your daily responsibilities. Because your hands are so frequently used at work, hand injuries are among the most common form of injury suffered in the workplace. Hand injuries account for more than one in four workplace injuries. The human hand has 27 bones—all of which can be easily ...
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  • Amputation & Crush Injuries in Chemical Plant Accidents

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin || 14-Feb-2014

    When people hear about a chemical plant accident, the major stories they expect to read about are burn injuries, chemical poisoning, or toxic exposure. While these types of injuries are unfortunately common in chemical plant explosions and accidents, there is more to the picture. Two of the most dangerous physical injuries that can occur in chemical plant accidents are crushing injuries and ...
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  • Nuclear Plant Accident in Arkansas Kills One Worker, Injured Three

    Posted By Arnold & Itkin LLP || 1-Apr-2013

    The Arkansas One nuclear power plant owned by Entergy Corp experienced the death of one worker and the injury of three others while in the midst of moving non-nuclear equipment at the facility. According to reports by the Entergy headquarters, they are calling this an "unusual event classification" which is a rating system used by the federal emergency classifications at nuclear plants, ...
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