Oil Field Deaths And Injuries Require Assertive And Experienced Legal Counsel
U.S. oil production is at an all-time high and shows no signs of waning. Being energy independent is a positive thing for a number of reasons. However, oil field work is dangerous. Exposure to numerous hydrocarbons can result in serious injury or death.
Often, the corporations that own and operate oil fields in North Dakota, Texas and other states aim to protect their bottom line by claiming they are not liable for an injury or death.
We have successfully represented the families of several oil field workers who were killed due to company negligence, but time is of the essence as oil companies rush in to pollute the accident scene.
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in an oil field accident, the experienced personal injury lawyers at Bremseth Law Firm are committed to protecting your rights and maximizing the amount you recover in a personal injury lawsuit. In many cases, injured workers can recover workers’ compensation and also pursue a personal injury claim.
We Know The Oil Industry
The oil field industry is a world unto itself. If you are injured in an oil field accident, it is critical to enlist legal representation that understands how the industry operates. Our attorneys have extensive experience with these cases. Our knowledge of the intricacies of oil field operations allows us to uncover unsafe practices that less-experienced law firms miss. We represent clients in all types of oil field accidents, including:
- Exposure to hydrocarbon gasses
- Refinery fires and explosions
- Drilling rig collapses
- Equipment and machinery malfunctions
- Oil and gas truck accidents
Our thorough preparation means we are always prepared to go to trial if a fair settlement cannot be reached through negotiation.
Put Our Experience In Your Corner
We are ready to begin working on your case today. Call 952-475-2800 or use our online contact form to schedule a consultation. We represent clients nationwide from our office in Minnetonka, Minnesota.