Oil Field Accidents & Injuries

Working on an oil field or an off-shore oil rig can be one of the most dangerous jobs to have. As in construction accidents, if proper care and caution is not exercised at all times, and safety regulations strictly adhered to, serious, devastating accidents can and will occur. If you have suffered an injury in an oil field accident, contact an injury attorney today to discuss your case and find out what your options are. You may be able to seek compensation for your injuries and medical bills.

Common Injuries Caused by Negligent Actions on Oil Fields

Oil fields can be very dangerous places. Due to the dangers inherent in the methods that are used in drilling oil, serious accidents can occur that can lead to many types of injuries, including broken bones, burn injuries, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and other catastrophic injuries.

If your accident was caused by the negligence of someone you were working with, you have the right to seek compensation. You are also entitled to workers' compensation, and need to file a workers' comp claim as soon as possible. Hiring a personal injury attorney will help ensure that your case is being properly handled so that you can recover from your injuries with peace of mind.

Injured in an oil field accident? We can help!

When recovering from an oil field accident, you need legal representation that you can trust to properly handle your case and protect your interests. At Morris, Dewett & Savoie, LLC, our Shreveport personal injury lawyers have over 70 years of combined experience, and understand that you are going through a difficult time as a result of your injuries.

We offer all of our clients the legal representation they can count on to fight for their best interests, and we can offer you and your family the same. Through our hard work both in and out of the court, we may be able to earn you a sizeable settlement or verdict. Contact our firm today.

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