Chemical Refinery Plant Accidents
Texas Chemical Plant Lawyer
Industrial plants throughout Texas experience accidents that seriously injure employees and sub-contractors every day. For more than 30 years, the Houston-based law offices Hartley Hampton, P.C. has provided high-quality legal representation to clients with personal injury cases.
Attorney Hampton is board-certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is recognized by peers as one of the Best Lawyers in America. Contact our law offices for a no-cost consultation.
Houston attorney experienced in chemical plant Injuries
Dangerous chemical reactions, unsafe working conditions and faulty equipment can cause chemical plant accidents that injury and destroy the lives of workers and their families. We offer skilled legal help to clients in industrial accident cases involving:
We provide the legal knowledge needed in when dealing with these complex cases, as well as hope to clients by working to obtain fair compensation.
South Texas legal help in oil refinery accidents
In addition to oilfield accidents and off-shore platform disasters, workers are also frequently injured or killed in refining plant accidents. We help victims and families obtain compensation for injury or loss in these types of accidents, including:
- Explosions, electrocutions or fires
- Defective equipment or tools
- Lack of proper safety measures
- Falls from ladders, platforms or scaffolding
- Falling or flying objects
- Maintenance work accidents
Call us for a complete and honest case evaluation
Chemical plant accidents and refinery mishaps can easily overwhelm victims and their families. We have the knowledge and experience to tackle legal issues of liability and help recover compensation that can make a difference in clients' lives.
If you have been seriously injured or have lost a family member in a chemical plant or oil refinery accident, please contact Hartley Hampton, P.C., for a no-cost consultation offering a thorough, honest evaluation of your case.Back to Top