Beaumont Industrial Injury Lawyer
Injured while on the job? We can help you fight for fair compensation!
Across the country, thousands of industrial workers are injured on the
job every single day. Across hundreds of different injuries, these workers
face a plethora of different hazards, including working on heights, flying
debris, exposure to toxic chemicals, and even unsafe machinery. If you
or someone you love has been injured while working in Beaumont, we encourage
you to contact the industrial accident lawyers from Arnold & Itkin
LLP as soon as possible.
We are committed to helping injured works. Just a few reasons why you should call:
- We have recovered billions of dollars in verdicts and settlements.
- We offer 100% free and confidential case evaluations.
We have been selected in several
Super Lawyers® lists.
- We have been named to The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40.
- Attorney Jason Itkin is the youngest member of The Inner Circle of Advocates.
To get started with your case, do not hesitate to
contact us today for your free consultation!
Helping Those Hurt in Plant & Refinery Accidents
As the county seat of Jefferson County and with a population that has surpassed
six digits, Beaumont is a hub of Texas—especially in regards to
industrial jobs. Countless companies have come to call Beaumont home,
and there are many plants and refineries that are within city limits.
Just a few of the plants and refineries in Beaumont include:
- ExxonMobil Refinery
- Magnolia Petroleum Company Refinery
- Arkema Inc. Plant
- Chemtrade Refinery Services Inc. Plant
For workers at these plants,
workplace hazards are an everyday reality—but that does not mean that serious injuries
should be merely accepted. For workers who have suffered in a
plant explosion or plant accident of any kind, there is legal action that can be taken
to recover full and fair compensation.
Refinery Fire in Beaumont's ExxonMobil Refinery
In April of 2013, a dozen workers were injured after a fire broke out at
an ExxonMobil refinery in Beaumont. According to reports, the fire broke
out at approximately 10:30 a.m. in a processing unit where crude oil turns
into refined product. An initial report from ExxonMobil stated that the
fire had occurred in the CHD unit while it had been shut down for maintenance;
while the heat exchanger had been undergoing repairs, hydrocarbons had
been released, which ignited.
Get the Help You Need: Call for a Free Case Evaluation
If you or someone you love was injured in an industrial accident in the
Beaumont area, please do not waste another moment. Contact the lawyers
from Arnold & Itkin LLP today to take the first step in your case.
We are proven trial attorneys who are committed to the success of our
clients. We can fight for you! Call now.