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    In Texas, a refinery plant explosion attorney can help victims of the blast get the compensation they deserve. If you or a loved one has been injured in this type of accident, it is important to speak with an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. A qualified attorney can review your case and determine how best to proceed. Don’t wait – contact Adam Miller, The Texas Bulldog today!  Call now for a completely free, no-obligation case review at 713-572-3333.   We work on a contingency fee basis, which means that our clients will not have to pay any upfront or out-of-pocket costs for their case. We only collect legal fees after we win or settle cases and get compensation for our clients.

    How can an attorney help Texas plant explosion case?

    The Texas refinery explosion has been a huge event in the news. If you have any questions about how it might impact your case, please contact our firm for more information. Our attorneys are here to provide personalized legal advice on what you can do next after this tragedy.

    It is pivotal for victims to contact a practiced attorney who can use their resources and legal expertise to fully investigate the case.  An attorney will work with Texas and Federal regulators as well as law enforcement officials, the refinery company, and insurance carriers to obtain the evidence needed to prove what happened.  A skilled attorney will also work with trusted medical providers who can properly evaluate and treat victims and help calculate their total expected losses, including future losses. A Texas refinery explosion attorney will negotiate with all parties and try to obtain a fair settlement for their client.

    A plant explosion can cause catastrophic injuries

    When a plant explodes, the force of the blast can cause serious injuries. Injuries can vary depending on the type of plant explosion, but some of the most common types of injuries include eye injuries, burns, and lacerations. If you are injured in a plant explosion, it is important to seek medical attention right away. Treatment for your injuries may include surgery, skin grafts, and/or physical therapy. In rare cases, victims may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after a plant explosion. If you are experiencing symptoms of PTSD after a plant explosion, it is important to seek professional help.

    Examples of common injuries due to plant explosions include the following:

    • Burns, ranging from mild to severe
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Broken bones and fractures
    • Head injuries and concussions
    • Cuts and punctures from shattered glass
    • Hearing loss and ear injuries
    • Vision loss and eye injuries
    • Crush injuries from falling objects or building collapse
    • Amputation
    • Respiratory injuries from inhaling toxic fumes
    • Death

    Contact an experienced Texas plant explosion lawyer today

    If you or somebody you care about has been injured in the recent ExxonMobil refinery accident in Baytown, Texas, contact the Miller Law Firm for a no cost case review. When it comes to handling explosion accidents, we have the resources and legal expertise necessary to fully investigate the case in order to help you recover the compensation you deserve.

    Types of compensation you may be entitled to after a plant explosion injury:

    • Medical Bills and Expenses
    • Loss of Wages
    • Loss of Future Wages
    • Pain and Suffering
    • Punitive damages

    If you’ve been injured in a Texas refinery plant explosion, it is important to consult with an attorney as soon as possible. The legal process can be complicated and confusing, so we recommend that you call our experienced attorneys who have decades of experience helping individuals recover from injuries caused by workplace accidents or other personal injury claims. We will listen to your story and help determine what the best course of action may be for pursuing compensation for any damages incurred due to this unfortunate event. Have you been injured at a Texas refinery plant? Contact our team today by calling 713-572-3333.